AWARENESS WALK HELD ON THE EVE OF INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY AT SALU
An Awareness Walk in order to commemorate the International Anti-Corruption Day in line with the collaboration of National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Sukkur was held at Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur organized by Character Building Society (CBC). Prof. Dr. Ghulam Mustafa Mashori, Dean Faculty of Arts & Languages on behalf of the Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Khalil Ahmed Ibupoto, Prof. Dr. Taj Muhammad Lashari, Dean Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof. Dr. Ghulam Abbas Shar, Dean Faculty of Natural Sciences and Chief Patron CBC SALU Chapter, Mr. Mureed Hussain Ibupoto, Registrar led the walk. The walk started from the Main Gate of the Administration Block and it culminated at Central Library of the University.
Talking to the participants of the walk, Prof. Dr. Ghulam Mustafa Mashori said that it is our collective responsibility to fight against the menace of corruption from the society because teacher is a role model to teach the students about the ethical values. He appreciated the contribution of the Vice Chancellor for bringing transparency and accountability at the University. He remarked that NAB has recovered hefty amounts from the plunders.
Prof. Dr. Taj Muhammad Lashari remarked that the efforts of NAB are highly commendable to stamp out the corruption, nepotism and irregularities in our country. The efforts of NAB are applauded in bringing the transparency and try to root out the practices of embezzlement, corruption in the society. Students are the agent of change; definitely youth will play their dynamic role in the eradication of corruption free Pakistan. He said that our faith is corruption free Pakistan. He said corruption has damaged the national fabric.
Mr. Ali Raza Lashari also shared his views and conducted the proceedings of the walk.
Prof. Dr. Mushtaque Jakhrani, Dr. Sajjad Ali Raeesi, Mr. Ishrat Ali Mirani, Ms. Shahida Amir Chandio, Mr. Farhan Latif Memon, Zohaib Memon and large number of teachers, officers, employees and students participated in the walk.