Nadra voices concerns over ‘abduction’ of its officer in Islamabad

National Database Regulatory Authority (Nadra) mega centre. — Radio Pakistan/File
National Database Regulatory Authority (Nadra) mega centre. — Radio Pakistan/File  
  • Nadra says reports about staffer concerning.  
  • It says in contact with missing officer’s family.
  • Officer will be traced soon, hopes authority. 

ISLAMABAD: National Database Regulatory Authority (Nadra) Friday expressed concerns over reports being received through media claiming one of its staffers “went missing” in Islamabad.

Earlier today, the brother of Nadra Deputy Assistant Director Najeebullah feared that his sibling had been abducted in the federal capital.

Responding to the media reports in a statement, a spokesperson of the Nadra said that the administration was in contact with the staffer’s family.

Nadra voices concerns over abduction of its officer in Islamabad

The spokesperson said that the police were investigating the matter and hoped that the staffer would be traced soon.

It is pertinent to mention here that a case has already been registered at Ramna Police Station at the Nadra officer’s brother’s request, who works at the Prime Minister’s Office.

“My brother left the house at 9pm last night but did not return since then. My brother made a call but he appeared frightened by the voice. He told me that someone had made him sit and the phone was hung up,” he mentioned in the first information report.

As per the FIR, the complainant suspected that his brother was abducted.


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