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991 people in Nalbari district didn�t apply for final NRC, says DC

By Correspondent

NALBARI, Aug 29 - The final list of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) will be made available at 73 places across Nalbari district at 10 am on August 31.

Addressing a press conference held at the Deputy Commissioner�s conference hall on Wednesday, Nalbari Deputy Commissioner Bharat Bhusan Dev Choudhury said the final copy of the NRC will be available at 65 NRC Sewa Kendras (NSK), seven Revenue Circle offices and the Deputy Commissioner�s office.

The Deputy Commissioner said that a total of 8,26,903 people in Nalbari district applied for inclusion of their names in the final NRC. In the draft NRC, the names of 7,88,229 were included, and 38,674 were left out.

Of this total, 37,683 again applied for inclusion of their names in the final NRC, and 991 people did not apply. Thus, the names of these 991 people will be dropped from the final NRC.

The Deputy Commissioner said security arrangements have been beefed up in the entire district, and the district administration has spoken with the panchayat members, representatives of leading organisations, and leading citizens so that no untoward incident occurs after publication of the final NRC. Additional Superintendent of Police Sumit Sarma also attended the press conference.

ANN Service from Patacharkuchi adds: Dipak Sarma, the district information and public relations officer of Barpeta, on Wednesday met media persons of Patacharkuchi and held a discussion on the probable situation that may arise after publication of the final NRC on August 31.

He appealed to the people to maintain peace, and cooperate with the administration. He later visited the famous Kalibari Than of Jalikhata, which was set up near an ancient banyan tree believed to be more than 200 years old.

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991 people in Nalbari district didn�t apply for final NRC, says DC

NALBARI, Aug 29 - The final list of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) will be made available at 73 places across Nalbari district at 10 am on August 31.

Addressing a press conference held at the Deputy Commissioner�s conference hall on Wednesday, Nalbari Deputy Commissioner Bharat Bhusan Dev Choudhury said the final copy of the NRC will be available at 65 NRC Sewa Kendras (NSK), seven Revenue Circle offices and the Deputy Commissioner�s office.

The Deputy Commissioner said that a total of 8,26,903 people in Nalbari district applied for inclusion of their names in the final NRC. In the draft NRC, the names of 7,88,229 were included, and 38,674 were left out.

Of this total, 37,683 again applied for inclusion of their names in the final NRC, and 991 people did not apply. Thus, the names of these 991 people will be dropped from the final NRC.

The Deputy Commissioner said security arrangements have been beefed up in the entire district, and the district administration has spoken with the panchayat members, representatives of leading organisations, and leading citizens so that no untoward incident occurs after publication of the final NRC. Additional Superintendent of Police Sumit Sarma also attended the press conference.

ANN Service from Patacharkuchi adds: Dipak Sarma, the district information and public relations officer of Barpeta, on Wednesday met media persons of Patacharkuchi and held a discussion on the probable situation that may arise after publication of the final NRC on August 31.

He appealed to the people to maintain peace, and cooperate with the administration. He later visited the famous Kalibari Than of Jalikhata, which was set up near an ancient banyan tree believed to be more than 200 years old.