SILCHAR, Aug 11 - In a bid to extend help to the quantum of people who have been left out from the complete draft of the National Register of Citizens(NRC), the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) has decided to depute 1000 advocates across all the districts of the State.
Speaking to reporters in Silchar on Thursday, AIUDF chief Maulana Badaruddin Ajmal said, � we understand the condition of the people who are left of the NRC draft. Those at the grassroots are basically ignorant of the procedures. However, the party along with Jamiyat is making arrangements to depute a pool of 1000 advocates who would reach out to the people across the districts and help them to file their claims, objections and corrections when the process gets under way. Also we urge upon the intellectuals, students and retired officials to step up and assist the people in their crisis hour.�
It may be mentioned that the AIUDF conducted a workers meet at the Gandhi Bhawan here to sensitise people on the do�s and don�ts of the claims and objections process. Ajmal along with top leaders of the party attended the meet and allayed the fear among the people.
On the other hand, in reply to a question the NRC, Ajmal said that the party has full trust on the Supreme Court of India and its guidelines on the basis of which the whole process of updating the NRC is being carried out. However, the claims of the BJP president Amit Shah that the BJP has driven home the process while other parties could not dare to accomplish is largely confusing at this crucial hour and objectionable as well.