QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani has said that success of any government depends on effective and transparent working of institutions which have people who work for national interest instead of self-interest.
Speaking at a seminar, jointly organised by Anti-Corruption Establishment and NAB’s Balochistan office in connection with International Anti-Corruption Day here on Tuesday, he said that wrong decisions bred corruption which created unrest and anxiety in any society.
The chief minister said that it was the responsibility of any government to take bold steps for stopping corruption in all sectors which was necessary for progress and prosperity of people in society.
Mr Alyani said that nepotism had taken deep roots in our society and it must be eradicated to ensure merit and justice in society.
Balochistan Chief Secretary retired Capt Fazeel Asghar, Balochistan University Vice Chancellor Dr Shafiqur Rehman, Inspector General of Police Mohsin Hasan Butt, NAB DG Farmanullah Khan, Chairman of CMIT Haider Ali Kheko, Information Secretary Shah Farman Gharshin, DG Inquiry and Anti-Corruption Establishment Asif Lodhi, member of National Commission on Women Rights Fatima Khan and others also spoke on the occasion.
Published in Dawn, December 9th, 2020