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The National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) on Tuesday rejected Election commission of Pakistan's (ECP) accusation of breach of voters' data. 
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Monday had sent a letter to NADRA Chairman, Usman Yousaf Mobin, over an alleged breach of voters' details for the General Election 2018.
The ECP had mentioned in the letter that NADRA officials shared details of voters with 'unrelated persons'.
However, NADRA denied the allegation and issued a statement in this regard on Tuesday. An official of the database and registration authority said that the data of voters was completely safe. 
The NADRA official stated that the possibility of sharing voters' data with unrelated persons did not exist.
Moreover, they further said that NADRA had responded to the ECP about the accusation in an earlier meeting in the first week of June.    
NADRA official said that a verbal response had been given to the Election Commission.  
However, A press conference on the matter, to be addressed by all four director-generals of NADRA, is scheduled at 4 pm today. 
Earlier, the ECP had accused NADRA of violating its agreement with Election commission regarding the confidentiality of data. The database and registration authority was not permitted to share data with anyone as per the agreement, ECP had asserted.
The ECP demanded that the NADRA chairman conduct an inquiry against those involved in the alleged data leak.
Report | The Nation

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