ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Monday ordered the National Database and Registration Authority to furnish report regarding the amendment in National Database and Regulatory Authority’s (Nadra) regulation for issuance of CNIC to married Hindu women.The court disposed of the suo moto case involving problems faced by the women of Hindu community in obtaining computerised national identity cards (CNICs). After amending the process, the court also ordered Nadra to advertise its decision in the newspapers regarding the matter for the awareness of the people.A three-member bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Justice Khilji Arif Hussain and Justice Tariq Parvez was hearing a suo moto case initiated on media reports, which highlighted problems faced by a Hindu woman, Pram Sari Mai, a resident of Rahimyar Khan. She failed to get a passport to visit India even after paying a large amount in fee.On the last date of hearing, the court directed Nadra to sort out permanent solution of the issue and submit report on April 23.During the hearing, Director Legal Nadra appearing before the bench said that Nadra had decided to amend its regulation regarding the matter. He said that a meeting of NADRA’s Board of Authority was summoned but due to the absence of some directors, amendment could not be finalised. He requested the bench to adjourn the hearing for three weeks so that the amendment could be done.Accepting his plea, the court disposed of the matter and directed the Nadra to submit compliance report with the SC registrar office within three weeks.Regarding the registration of Hindu marriages the Chief Justice directed the counsel to they could not do legislation. He said that the Hindu community should ask their parliamentarians to move a bill in the National Assembly and Senate for the registration of Hindu marriages.