About a year ago, the ED had raided the Amnesty International India office in connection with a foreign exchange contravention case.
Ismail alleged that the abduction of her father is an attempt to terrorise Pakistanis who dare to use 'conditional rights'.
The Southeast Asian country has the death penalty for dozens of crimes and it is mandatory for several offences, including murder and drug trafficking.
India's financial crime investigators recently accused Amnesty's local branch of violating foreign exchange regulations through taking money from its London-based parent.
Those who have been excluded from the National Register of Citizens have 120 days to appeal against it at Foreigners Tribunals.
The Maharashtra police had on Tuesday arrested Left-wing activists Varavara Rao, Vernon Gonsalves, Arun Ferreira, Sudha Bharadwaj and Gautam Navlakha, and raided the homes of several others.
The remarks came a day after names of over 4 million people in Assam were excluded from the draft NRC list, prepared following a process to identify illegal Bangladeshis living in the state.
The crackdown has sparked a torrent of global criticism, casting a shadow on the kingdom's much-publicised liberalisation push launched by powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
The development has raised questions over the safety of hundreds of thousands of persecuted Rohingyas due to be repatriated from neighbouring Bangladesh to Myanmar.
Amnesty urged the embattled regime leader against using the state of emergency as a cover for rights abuses.
They said the government should order an independent investigation of the concerns raised about Aadhaar.
It urged the central government to ensure comprehensive reparations for the victims and the survivors, enact a law to respond to communal violence among other things.
Amnesty International released fresh satellite images on Friday of burned villages in Rakhine state, alleging Myanmar's security forces have led "systematic" clearances of Rohingya Muslim settlements.