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Staff Reporter: 
QUETTA: For the first time, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has established its sub office in Gwadar to combat corruption and ensure transparency in the ongoing massive development process.

In a significant move aimed at bolstering anti-corruption efforts in Gwadar, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has established a sub-office in the port city, an official handout issued here on Friday said. This initiative comes as a directive from Chairman NAB, Lt. Gen. (retd) Nazir Ahmed, highlighting the agency’s dedication to combatting corruption effectively.

DG NAB Balochistan Pays Visit To Gwadar

The establishment of the sub-office marks a pivotal moment for Gwadar’s accountability landscape. Recently, the Director General of NAB Balochistan paid a visit to the newly set up office, underlining the commitment to increase outreach and ensure a robust system of accountability in the region.

Chairman NAB stressed the importance of integrating accountability measures into Gwadar’s development framework. With the sub-office now operational, residents have a streamlined avenue to report instances of corruption, thus fostering a culture of transparency and integrity.

Gwadar Poised For Exponential Growth

The significance of this development cannot be overstated, particularly in a city poised for exponential growth as a key commercial hub. Gwadar’s potential as a strategic economic center necessitates stringent measures to promote transparency, accountability, and good governance.

The Gwadar Sub-Office of NAB is poised to play a pivotal role in scrutinizing public sector projects and holding both public and private institutions accountable. As Gwadar charts its course towards prosperity, initiatives like these underscore the unwavering commitment to uphold ethical standards and combat corruption at every level.

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