GILGIT National Accountability Bureau (NAB) GB bureau on Thursday arranged a painting competition among the students of different schools on anti-corruption aimed at accelerating campaign against corruption.
As part of its awareness campaign the competition was held at Aga Khan Higher Secondary School Konodass, around 50 students have taken part in the competition. The students highlighted the message of National Accountability Bureau ‘Say No to Corruption” through their paintings.
During the ceremony, Deputy Director NAB GB chapter Syed Faisal Shah told media that there are three parts of the campaign including awareness, enforcement and prevention. “We want a corruption free society in Pakistan as well as in Gilgit-Baltistan. Today’s painting competition is commencement of this campaign.” He added.
Shah went on saying that the main objective of this campaign is to root out corruption from every field across the society either it is in government departments or in other institutions. “A corruption is like a cancer which is slowly transmitting in a society and is very harmful for the national progress”, he added.
As we know that youth is our future, so we have focused on our educational institutions to aware youth about corruption so that they can play a positive vital role to shun this menace. He added that for a corruption free society every Pakistani will have to play his/her constructive role. He urged the citizens that they will be with NAB to eliminate corruption from Gilgit-Baltistan.The campaign will be continue till December 10.
Moreover the Deputy Director lauded the efforts of his team to control corruption in GB. Corrupt mindset elements will never be allowed to hollow the beautiful face of the general public, he said