NAB asks PIA to focus on evils of corruption with songs

Pakistan Worldwide Airways (PIA) has reportedly been requested to play songs in opposition to the menace as an in-flight warning to already jittery passengers.
The proposal, tabled by the Consciousness & Prevention Division of the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB), has been forwarded to PIA with the request that songs in opposition to corruption be made necessary throughout flights, media reported.
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The proposal additionally asks that flight stewards learn out “anti-corruption messages” to ship throughout an “efficient message to God-fearing passengers”, a senior NAB official mentioned.
“Earlier than takeoff, as passengers pray for a protected journey, air hostesses will [be asked to] learn out messages concerning the curse of corruption. And the passenger will resolve to not commit corruption,” NAB’s Director Common of Consciousness & Prevention Aliya Rashid advised media.
“Passengers will hear anti-corruption songs on planes from subsequent week,” she claimed.
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Nonetheless, PIA’s official spokesperson, when contacted, denied having data of such a proposal.
A NAB spokesperson mentioned the proposal has been forwarded and it’s as much as PIA to simply accept or reject it.
Aliya Rashid, who has been on the forefront of NAB’s consciousness marketing campaign, has additionally mentioned that she desires to color each wall within the nation with anti-corruption slogans.

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