ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal on Thursday said the anti-graft watchdog arrested “wheat-eating rats” and recovered Rs20 billion from them when it initiated a probe against tonnes of missing wheat in Sindh
“When I asked, where all the wheat is? I was told that rats ate it,” said Justice (retd) Iqbal while addressing a ceremony in the capital and added, then “the NAB handed over [the recovered] Rs20 billion to the Sindh government.”
He said it was claimed that suspects were not punished in NAB cases. Instead of criticism for the sake of criticism, people should make constructive criticism, said the NAB chief. He clarified that in four years, the bureau punished 1,194 people.