Nadra issued CNIC to Afghan intelligence officer: Senator Talha Mehmood

An Afghan intelligence personnel was issued a computerized national identity card (CNIC) by National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra), revealed Senator Talha Mehmood.

As per details, the awstrucking information was shared by the Senator after a meeting of the cabinet secretariat committee of Senate.

Briefing the media, the Senator unveiled, “Hundreds of Tajik and Afghan citizens have been issued green identity cards in Pakistan and the passports of those foreigners have visas of India as well.”

The Senate committee has handed over a list of such foreigners possessing Pakistani identity cards to the Intelligence Bureau (IB) and a report has been sought on the matter, Talha said.

“Over 150 Pakistani CNICs of Tajik citizens were recovered from Lahore which has been blocked by Nadra,” nevertheless, any proper action has not been taken by the Nadra officials thus far.

A day earlier, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said “Pakistan is home to 3 million Afghan refugees and we are proud to be able to offer them not only shelter but also education.”

Adding, “We will continue to invest in the people of Afghanistan because we want our neighbours to prosper. Pakistan & China are committed to peace in Afghanistan.”

Prime Minister Imran Khan has also asserted Pakistan’s abiding interest in achieving peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan through political settlement.

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