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NAB

Abbreviation for:
National Assistance Board (1948–1966) (Medspeak-UK)
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NAB Karachi has recovered Rs 10.861 billion and deposited in the national exchequer.
Regarding recovery in housing sector, NAB has disposed of 40 cases, out of under-investigation 62 cases, and recovered Rs 3,000 million for 24,300 affectees of illegal housing societies through plea bargain.
Due to this reason, NAB first time in a year filed 600 corruption references in respected Accountability courts.
Director General NAB Balochistan assured that all the complaints to be reviewed and action will also be taken accordingly.
He said that the NAB cannot be blamed for country's economic woes as over 59 percent people reposed confidence over NAB as per the Gallup survey.
Recently, PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari had said that the country's economy would not progress if NAB continued to function the way it was functioning.
PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari in many of his press conferences and rallies has termed NAB a 'black law' that was made by a dictator.
We give chance to NAB every time in every case to appear with full preparation but its performance is here in front you.''Justice Shaikh told DG NAB.
He said looted money of Baluchistan people have been recovered and returned to Baluchistan government, which speaks performance of NAB. Reiterating zero tolerance policy against corruption, Justice Iqbal said NAB would continue pursuing accountability for all and would continue indiscriminate policies against the corrupt as NAB has first and foremost affiliation with Pakistan and protecting its interests.
Spokesperson NAB told the media that at least 85 officers of the accountability body have come under investigation on the direct orders of the NAB chief ever since he took office.
The remainder of the survey focused on jurisdictional licensing boards' activities to address the decline, as well as their views on what national organizations such as NAB can do.
Nab Interiors, which came into being in February, has already secured its first major assignment: the $1.5 million interior restoration of the courtroom and ancillary rooms at an important Manhattan courthouse.