PESHAWAR - As Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is still reeling under the flood-related destruction, as many as 700 affected persons have requested the authorities concerned to cancel their passports and Computerised National Identity Cards (CNICs) fearing misuse of these documents by miscreants. Sources in the Immigration Department informed The-Nation that about 700 persons from Nowshera, Charsadda, Swat, Dir, Karak, Dera Ismail Khan and other flood-affected districts of the province had submitted their applications to the National Database and Registration Authority (NA-DRA) and Passport Office for cancelling their passports and CNICs as they had lost these documents during the floods. According to details, 400 affected persons have requested for the cancellation of their CNICs, while 300 persons have asked for cancelling their passports. These people including 200 women have expressed reservations that their documents could be misused by the miscreants and anti-social elements present in their region. Out of these documents, 100 passports, belonging to non-resident Pakistanis, were even stamped with visas for different foreign countries. While others, include those who were going to Gulf countries for employment. The relevant authorities have said that these CNICs and passports would be cancelled in next two days and the details would be sent to all the concerned departments.