A number of members of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Al Qaeda operatives, and Indian and Afghan nationals have all been discovered to be in possession of Pakistani id playing cards, it emerged on Saturday.
Senator Faisal Sabzwari of the Muttahida Qaumi Second (MQM) Pakistan introduced a report on this regard to the Senate Standing Committee on Inside.
Based on the report, 50% to 60% workers of the Nationwide Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) in Karachi are concerned in corruption.
The report states that arrested Afghan residents had ID playing cards issued by NADRA Karachi.
Furthermore, Al Qaeda member Abdullah Baloch obtained ID playing cards from NADRA greater than as soon as.
It goes on to state that, Imran Ali, an Indian citizen concerned within the Safoora Goth case, additionally had a Pakistani id card.
Within the mild of the report, the standing committee really useful motion in opposition to these concerned within the issuance of unlawful and unauthorised id playing cards.
On this event, the NADRA chairman stated that the matter is being investigated, including that 12 officers of NADRA have been arrested and 29 have been suspended.