Tasmiah Ahmed of DOT
 The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) is committed to fulfill its legal responsibilities. That is why the ACC is not afraid to take risks.  ACC Chairman Iqbal Mahmud said this at a discussion meeting on the occasion of the 16th founding anniversary of the ACC yesterday (November 21).
 Iqbal Mahmud said that, “no one in the society wants corruption. Some people in the society are corrupt. Their numbers are really negligible. So we have to have a commitment to society. We must always consider our socio-economic status. We all need to have a humane attitude”.  ‘The humanitarian approach does not mean crime or compromise with the perpetrator. We have to rise above all kinds of fears, greed and lust. Together we will work for the welfare of the people till the last day to curb, suppress and prevent corruption, this will be our firm commitment on the founding anniversary. ’
ACC Chairman Iqbal said that in order to build a corruption-free citizenry, it is necessary to have education that develops moral values at the primary and secondary levels after the family. There is no substitute for primary and secondary education, especially in building a nation with human values.
“We said responsibly that the commission always welcomes constructive criticism,” he said. “Because constructive criticism calms the action process, shows the right path”, he added.