ISLAMABAD: The spokesman of Bahria Town, Maj. Gen (retd) Shaukat Sultan Wednesday said some elements had interfered in otherwise legal procedures being carried out by NADRA (National Database Registration Authority).
Talking to a private TV channel he said that Bahria Town employed more than 21000 employees, most of who hailed from far-flung areas of Pakistan many of whom had taken permanent residence here. Considering the current volatile condition of law and order in the country, were being provided with temporary I.D cards, and were also being scrutinized, he said.
He berated certain elements, who in order to hide their own misdeeds and reputation were trying to term this temporary act by NADRA as illegal; and NADRA being a responsible official department cannot even think of carrying out anything illegal.
He pointed out that Bahria Town offered exemplary and best accommodation facilities, besides also facilitating other areas of the environs. He lauded the role model of Bahria Town Scheme, endeavoring to end the backwardness of the area.