Balochistan Govt. Suggests to Use CNIC Copies to Restrain trade of Stolen Mobile Phones

To provide more security to the people and also to keep record of the purchased mobile phones, Balochistan Govt. Suggests to Use CNIC Copies to Restrain trade of Stolen Mobile Phones. The members of Balochistan assembly urges the federal government to attach CNIC copies when to buy or sale a mobile phone. They said that this move will minimize the trade of stolen mobile phones.

Balochistan Govt. Suggests to Use CNIC Copies to Restrain trade of Stolen Mobile Phones

make it mandatory for those selling or buying mobile phones to present copies of their computerised national identity cards (CNICs).

Parliamentary leader of the PkMAP, Abdul Rahim Ziaratwal, and Nawab Muhammad Khan Shahwani recommending that the federal government make it mandatory to attach copies of verified CNICs for the sale and purchase of new and used mobile phones.

Usually the extremists used stolen mobile phones to carry out attacks. The reason for it is that those mobile phones have not any record to track back. So it becomes difficult to catch the original militants. They also said these phones are smuggled from Afghanistan. As the price of mobile phones are less in Afghanistan as compared to Pakistan.

Also Read: Passengers with 1645 Mobile Phones Arrested at Rawalpindi Airport

Onsa Mustafa

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