The National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) has recently addressed and clarified any misconceptions surrounding the policy of issuing the Child Registration Certificate (CRC), commonly known as the B-form. In response to circulating reports, NADRA emphasized that there has been no alteration or contemplation of changes in the issuance policy for the B-form.
A statement released by NADRA on X date unequivocally stated, “Neither any sort of changes are under consideration in relation to the issuance of B-form, nor there are any changes.” This declaration aimed to put an end to speculations and provide reassurance to the public.
The Child Registration Certificate (CRC), or B-form, serves as a crucial registration document for minors below the age of 18. NADRA clarified that individuals can obtain the CRC by furnishing documented proof of the child’s birth from the union council. Importantly, NADRA dispelled any rumors suggesting the imposition of a deadline for acquiring the certificate, refuting earlier reports that a medical certificate would be mandatory with a December 31 deadline.
In response to the proliferation of misleading information on the internet, NADRA expressed concern about the dissemination of inaccurate statements that contradicted the actual facts. The authority underscored the importance of refraining from spreading false news and emphasized the need for responsible sharing of information to prevent confusion among citizens.
This clarification from NADRA not only addresses the specific policy related to the B-form but also highlights the broader issue of combating misinformation and the importance of verifying information from reliable sources. The authority’s stance aims to maintain transparency and clarity while urging the public to be cautious and discerning consumers of information.