ISLAMABAD – National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) and Islamabad administration ready to sign memorandum of understanding on Wednesday (today, January, 6, 2015) to launch multi-security chip-based vehicle registration system in the capital, PakistanTribe.com reported.
According to the details available to PakistanTribe (PT) correspondent, the project has been under discussion for the last many years.
After implementation of newly proposed system, the ATM card size registration cards will replace the vehicle registration books. The card will contain data about the vehicle and its owner.
Officials believe that the vehicle registration card will be handier to use and the document would be more secure than the current registration book.
An official statement said: “The initiative is unprecedented due to its latest concept, all the vehicle registration books will be replaced by the chip-based registration cards which will not only enhance its portability but will also contain all the particulars about the vehicle and its owner.”
Experts believe that the new system would address the issue of fake veicle registration.
Police and other law enforcement agencies data shows that currently, a large number of stolen vehicles are being used through fake registration books.
Moreover, it is easy for anyone to get a coloured copy of the registration book and use more than one vehicle under the same registration number.
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