Watan Cards worth Rs2m stolen

Robbers steal Watan Cards worth Rs2 million along with pin codes in Rohilanwali.

Express October 28, 2010

ROHILANWALI: Watan Cards worth Rs2 million were stolen from the Rohilanwali Watan Card Centre on Thursday.

Robbers broke into the Watan Cards Centre set up at Rohilanwali Government Higher Secondary School and took the cards along with their pin codes.

Police informed the robbers stole 100 Watan Cards as well as computers and other material of value.

A case has been registered in the Rohilanwali police station, while the residents of the area alleged that the robbery was carried out with the help of the local administration.

Meanwhile thousands of people in Swat, with Watan Cards in their hands, are having a hard time utilising them as nearly all ATMs installed in banks of Swat are out-of-order.

In Dera Ghazi Khan, with two days left till the deadline the government assigned for the distribution of Watan cards, only 20 per cent of the families have received their cards as yet.


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