The caretaker cabinet of the Taliban has decided to go with the same electronic National IDs that used to be issued by the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
The cabinet has directed the National Statistics and Information Administration of the country to resume issuing e-NIDs under the name of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, BNA reported.
The process has been stalled for the past nearly two months since the Taliban took over on August, 15.
Earlier, the Taliban had directed to resume issuance of the same passports of the previous government that started on Wednesday.
Taliban officially started the issuance of passports last week and pledged to be issuing up to six thousand passports each day.
E-NID is a must require card to apply for passports in Afghanistan.