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Military officers appointed to NAB to step up accountability process

Military officers appointed on secondment basis on standard terms.

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In a bid to step up the accountability process following the Supreme Court’s verdict resurrecting graft cases, the Establishment Division notified the posting of four military officers in different departments of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), The News reported on Saturday.

According to the notification, Brigadier Muhammad Khalid of infantry has been appointed Director National Accountability Bureau in (BS-20), Lt Col Nadeem Muzaffar as Additional Director in (BS-19), Major Waleed Khalid of Military Intelligence as Deputy Director (BS-18), and Major Qais Kamran Syed of Military Intelligence as Deputy Director (BS-18).

These military officers have been appointed on a secondment basis on standard terms and conditions as contained in JSI-4/85 with immediate effect. The notification was issued after approval by Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar.

It is worth mentioning that after approval by the NAB Chairman Lt Gen (retd) Nazir Ahmed, a letter was written to the Establishment Division for the deputation of officers from the military departments.


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