ISLAMABAD - This is regarding a news story published in the daily TheNation about the arrest of three persons selling fake forms of BISP here in Shehzad Town area. This is to clarify that BISP has nothing to do with this illicit activity. Originally 8,000 BISP forms were distributed among the MNAs and 1,000 each among the MPAs on non-party basis. The MNAs and MPAs in turn distributed these forms to the deserving families in their respective constituencies. The filled in forms were to be forwarded to NADRA by the parliamentarians. The last date for submission and processing of these forms was 26th February 2009 for MPs. NADRA did not accept any forms from the MPs after the due date. Anyone receiving or filling the fake forms should realise that these will not be processed due to strict adherence to schedule. It is pertinent to note that BISP does not have any forms left with it. BISP is a technology based programme and not even higher officials of BISP can enter a single name of any applicant in the data base following the lapse of due date. The BISP management strongly condemns this unlawful act and urges the authorities concerned to take strict action against the culprits.