Big mistake: Passport issued to Afghan woman without citizenship, question – how was she saved from the eyes of the intelligence department


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu Published by: Prashant Kumar Updated Tue, 08 Jun 2021 11:38 AM IS

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Monday raided the passport office in Srinagar city in connection with the issue of passport to an Afghan woman. During this, the documents related to the case were also confiscated along with questioning the officials. This is considered a big lapse related to the security of the country. Police verification was also done before issuing the passport, but the matter did not get caught.

Sources said Latifa Nazir, an Afghan woman living in the Chhanapora area of ​​Srinagar, was issued a passport last year from the regional passport office in Srinagar. Although he does not have Indian citizenship. According to Brij Bhushan Nagar, Regional Passport Officer, Srinagar, the woman was married to a Srinagar-based businessman Nazir Ahmed in 1986. Both also have three children. The first passport was issued to the woman in 2003. He also had State Subject Certificate and other proofs. The woman’s husband Nazir Ahmed runs the bakery.



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