Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has introduced the NADRA Biker Service, which allows applicants to have their Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) applications processed at their doorstep for renewal and modification.
The National Database and Registration Authority headquarters in Islamabad organized the inaugural ceremony.
According to a press release, Rana Sanaullah visited the headquarters where NADRA Chairman Muhammad Tariq Malik briefed the Interior Minister on activities in South Punjab, Balochistan, and Sindh, which have been severely impacted by heavy floods and high rains.
According to him, the biker service is essentially a mobile Nadra center that enters people’s lounges and registers them there, sparing them the trouble of traveling to the Nadra centers. The female registration officials who are now using scooties will also be registering women through this service.
In order to accommodate more than 125,000 visitors per day to the 771 Nadra centers spread throughout the nation, Mr. Malik informed the minister that he had been working on unconventional solutions with a primary focus on creating hands-on facilitation and hassle-free registration for the general public.
The majority of the NADRA registration centers’ buildings, which are submerged in water, have suffered significant losses as a result of the monsoon rains and floods, but the equipment has been preserved and evacuated. The chairman reported that 150 NADRA employees’ homes in those locations had suffered damage.