ISLAMABAD: The National Database Regulatory Authority (Nadra) has expressed deep concern over the reported disappearance of one of its officers in Islamabad, raising alarms about the safety and security of government officials. Najeebullah, a Deputy Assistant Director at Nadra has been abducted, according to statements from his brother, who works at the Prime Minister’s Office.
In response to media reports, a spokesperson for Nadra issued a statement, assuring that the administration is actively engaged and in contact with the family of the missing officer. The spokesperson emphasized that the matter is under thorough investigation by the police, and they remain hopeful that Najeebullah will be traced and located soon.
A case has already been registered at Ramna Police Station based on the request of Najeebullah’s brother, who detailed the circumstances of his disappearance in the First Information Report (FIR). According to the FIR, Najeebullah left his residence at 9 pm the previous night and has not returned since.
In a troubling phone call, he sounded frightened, mentioning that someone had compelled him to sit, and the conversation was abruptly terminated. The complainant strongly suspects that his brother has become a victim of abduction.
This incident underscores the broader concerns regarding the safety of individuals, especially those in official capacities, and raises questions about the security situation in the capital. The prompt response by Nadra and law enforcement to this distressing situation reflects the gravity of the matter.
Authorities are working diligently to trace Najeebullah and resolve the circumstances surrounding his disappearance. As the investigation unfolds, there will likely be heightened attention to security protocols and measures to ensure the well-being of government officials in Islamabad and beyond.