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AASU satisfied with NRC update process

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BARPETA, Aug 19 - All Assam Students� Union chief advisor Dr Samujjal Kumar Bhattacharya today said that an erroneous National Register for Citizens (NRC) will bring doom to the State and that lack of awareness will take a doubtful citizen to the chair of the Chief Minister of the State in 10 years.

Addressing a press conference here this afternoon, he warned that �the growth of some unwanted elements is so rapid that a Bangladeshi may become the Chief Minister of the State within 10 years�. He, therefore, requested the people to be vigilant in the process of NRC updation.

Asked about the stand of the organisation regarding the reported move of the Central government to grant citizenship to post-1971 Hindu migrant, Bhattacharya made it clear that the student body will fight tooth and nail to oppose any such move.

Expressing satisfaction with the ongoing NRC update process, he expressed hopes that the outcome will be a positive one with the commitment of the officials engaged in the process.

Dr Bhattacharya complimented the role of the Barpeta district administration, led by the Deputy Commissioner Varnali Deka, who played a very active role in expediting the process. He also asked all concerned to keep vigil in the post form fillup process so that only genuine Indian citizens are included in the NRC.

When this correspondent indicated that the reason behind the lack of proper implementation of Assam Accord being the absence of specific time frame to execute it, the brain behind the nationalist organisation acknowledged the loopholes in the historic Assam Accord and informed that the AASU will seek clause-wise time frame from the Central government to implement it. � we have waited 36 years. We will convey our anguish and seek specific time frame.� He said and added that the Assam Accord is a national commitment.

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AASU satisfied with NRC update process

BARPETA, Aug 19 - All Assam Students� Union chief advisor Dr Samujjal Kumar Bhattacharya today said that an erroneous National Register for Citizens (NRC) will bring doom to the State and that lack of awareness will take a doubtful citizen to the chair of the Chief Minister of the State in 10 years.

Addressing a press conference here this afternoon, he warned that �the growth of some unwanted elements is so rapid that a Bangladeshi may become the Chief Minister of the State within 10 years�. He, therefore, requested the people to be vigilant in the process of NRC updation.

Asked about the stand of the organisation regarding the reported move of the Central government to grant citizenship to post-1971 Hindu migrant, Bhattacharya made it clear that the student body will fight tooth and nail to oppose any such move.

Expressing satisfaction with the ongoing NRC update process, he expressed hopes that the outcome will be a positive one with the commitment of the officials engaged in the process.

Dr Bhattacharya complimented the role of the Barpeta district administration, led by the Deputy Commissioner Varnali Deka, who played a very active role in expediting the process. He also asked all concerned to keep vigil in the post form fillup process so that only genuine Indian citizens are included in the NRC.

When this correspondent indicated that the reason behind the lack of proper implementation of Assam Accord being the absence of specific time frame to execute it, the brain behind the nationalist organisation acknowledged the loopholes in the historic Assam Accord and informed that the AASU will seek clause-wise time frame from the Central government to implement it. � we have waited 36 years. We will convey our anguish and seek specific time frame.� He said and added that the Assam Accord is a national commitment.