Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan has unveiled a mobile phone application created by the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) to help applicants who wish to modify or update their computerised identification cards (CNIC) or apply for a new ID card.

According to an official statement released on Tuesday, the mobile software Pak-ID aids with biometrics and document scanning by using the camera on cellphones.

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Premier Imran praised NADRA Chairman Tariq Malik’s creative mobile app proposal, which is a step toward realising the PM’s vision of inclusive registration and a digital Pakistan, according to the statement. All citizens, even expats, will be able to digitally record fingerprints, photos, and documents via a smartphone app.

This is a significant step forward, as it eliminates the need for traditional ways of processing ID papers, according to the statement. Pak Identity is available for download from the Google Play Store (Android) and the Apple Store (iOS) (iOS).

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