DHUBRI, July 31 - As many as 1,40,488 names have been excluded from the final draft of NRC that was published on Monday.
NRC officials informed that there were 3,09,466 application forms for the inclusion of 17,12,431 people in the NRC, out of which 6,12,520 names have already appeared in the first draft of NRC while on the final draft of NRC, names of 9,59,623 applicants appeared. Out of 17,12,413 applicants, names of 15,72,143 appeared in the NRC 2nd draft which comprises the names of almost 8.2 % names that didn�t appear in NRC first draft.
However, in the Agomoni area, names of 1,86,630 appeared and 18,859 did not appear in the NRC final draft. In Bilasipara, Chapar, Dhubri and Golokganj areas names of 3,41,438, 1,39,245, 4,87,216, 2,32,499 people appeared respectively and names of 18,859, 49,717, 11,070, 27,626, 16,781 people of these areas did not appear respectively. In 106 villages with 16 NSKs of South Salmara PS under Dhubri district administration, names of 1,85,115 appeared and names of 16,435 did not appear in the NRC final draft.
It has been informed that the names of people who have been excluded in the NRC final draft, mainly includes the names of 9170 D-voters, 16,504 doubtful foreigners with cases pending in Foreigners� Tribunals and their family members including children who were born after March 3, 2004. The names of 1,157 declared foreigners and their family members have been completely eradicated from the NRC final draft.
Meanwhile, the district magistrate of Dhubri has imposed Section 144 CrPC throughout the district from Sunday keeping in view the ensuing publication of NRC final draft.
As per the order signed by Additional District Magistrate S Ali, the administration has restrained the assembly of five or more persons in public places, streets and thoroughfares. Ban has also been imposed on carrying of any lethal weapon, fire arms etc. The administration through the order has also prohibited rallies, meetings, demonstrations, picketing, postering, wall writing etc. The order was passed by the administration to maintain peace and avoid tension. However, the NRC final draft was published peacefully and till the filing of this report no incidents of chaos from any part of the district has been recorded.