Federal Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira has said NADRA has been directed to file case against The Sun for fallacious reporting, adding it didn’t enjoy good reputation. “The cabinet ordered the Nadra to file a defamation suit (against the paper) after consulting the law ministry,” Kaira added. Addressing media after the cabinet meeting Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira said cabinet has taken serious notice of the counterfeit reporting by UK newspaper ‘The Sun’ and has directed NADRA to give legal notice to the said UK newspaper paper. He said NADRA was a respectable institution of Pakistan having unquestionable credibility, adding it was not possible to travel to UK even if an NIC is issued by NADRA inadvertently. The prime minister briefed the cabinet about his Afghanistan his visit, where he held talks with the Afghan authorities regarding matters of mutual interest. The PM said Pakistan would support any initiative for bring peace in Afghanistan. According to the information minister Afghanistan had agreed to issue multiple visas to the Pakistani traders. The cabinet also reviewed the issue of NATO supplies, and it was reassured that the decision was in accordance with the spirit of parliaments’ resolution. Earlier, The Sun had claimed to have broken into a crime ring which was issuing fake passports and visas, giving potential terrorists a chance to sneak into Britain along with Pakistan’s Olympic delegation. Lahore-based politician Abid Chaudhry was accused by the tabloid for bypassing stringent security checks to smuggle people to London under the garb of Pakistani officials in exchange for a payment of Rs1 million.