Islamabad (NNI) Prime Minister Imran Khan has termed the amendment ordinance of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) a difficult decision, saying that democracy has to go through political consultation and consensus. Tax cases fall under the purview of the Federal Board of Revenue, which does not involve NAB. After 2008, the country has a debt of Rs 24,000 billion and half of the country’s income goes into interest on loans. Governance has to be improved for stability. Civil service on Thursday Addressing the sermons, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the NAB chairman was told that NAB’s mandate is to catch corruption cases and that the definition of Krishna globally is the use of public office only for illicit and personal gain.
NAB amendment R Denance was a difficult decision what was considered the NAB chairman
Khan said the NAB’s fears had limited the role of the bureaucracy in development projects, but the amendment to NAB was intended to protect the bureaucracy from being accused of regulatory wrongdoing. Falls within the scope of the FBR) in which NAB is not involved. He said that the business community does not hold public office in any case; NAB can take them into custody when they take advantage of it with a public office. Prime Minister Imran Khan said about the domestic debt. He said that the country is currently burdened with debt. He said that after 2008, the country has a debt of Rs 24,000 billion and half of the country’s income goes into interest on loans. The money will come when the industries will run and the governance system will have to be improved for economic stability. Yes, the tax cases are from the FBR. NAB should not interfere in business affairs.