NADRA officials reject data leakage allegations
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The National Database Regulatory Authority (NADRA) officials on Tuesday blatantly rejected allegations of data leakage.
Speaking to the journalists today, the NADRA officials clarified that data of even a single citizen had not been shared from any platform. They dismissed all the data leakage accusations and data leaks has no reality. They said that the email has nothing to do with the issue.
“We have given explanation to Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) over allegations of data leakage”, It further asserted.
Earlier, the ECP had accused NADRA of violating its agreement with Election commission regarding the confidentiality of data. The database and registration authority was not permitted to share data with anyone as per the agreement, ECP had asserted.
The ECP demanded that the NADRA chairman conduct an inquiry against those involved in the alleged data leak. The official had further said NADRA had responded to the ECP about the accusation in an earlier meeting in the first week of June, adding that a verbal response had been given to ECP.
A NADRA spokesperson had however termed the allegations baseless and malicious. Moreover, it clarified that it had not provided any kind of data to any political party.