People warned against sharing personal details with fake army officials

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of Pakistan Army, has warned the people against sharing personal details with fraudsters – impersonating as army officials.

“There are reports of fake telephone calls being made to general public by individuals impersonating as Pakistan Armed Forces officials,” said a statement issued by the ISPR on Sunday.

It said the impersonators sought personal details including Computerised National Identity Card (CNIC) and bank accounts on the pretext of census verification.

“Please be aware that no such calls are being made from Pakistan Armed Forces,” read the statement, requesting the citizens not to respond to such calls, and immediately report any such attempt on emergency help line UAN 1135 and 1125.

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