ISLAMABAD: Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal on Saturday said that concluding mega corruption cases is the top priority of the institution.

As per details, a performance review meeting of the anti-graft body was chaired in the headquarters by the NAB Chairman.

Talking to the officials on this occasion he said, “Our only mission is to eradicate corruption from the country and we are strictly following the parameters of the organization.”

“The NAB has received as much as 156,858 complaints out of which we have filed references on 1,249 applications while the anti-graft watchdog has also recovered an amount of worth Rs326 billion which were deposited in the national exchequer.

“However, the institution without taking any pressure will continue its mission of forming a corruption-free Pakistan,” he concluded.