LOW QUALITY PRINTING DELAYS EC INITIATIVE TO PROVIDE LAMINATED NIDS FOR 10 MILLION

The Election Commission's initiative to issue laminated National ID cards to 10 million citizens has been deferred due to low quality printing causing problems in obtaining services at different sectors.

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