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All Indians feature in NRC complete draft: Ranjit Dass

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SILCHAR, Dec 2: Amidst protests across the state on the issue of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 and the National Register of Citizens (NRC), BJP state president Ranjit Dass today reiterated that names of all Indians feature in the complete draft of the NRC and there is no reason for any hue and cry.

Addressing the media here on Sunday during his visit to Barak Valley to campaign for the party ahead of the second phase of Panchayat elections, Das said that BJP will come out unchallenged in the Panchayat polls and no other party could come close.

"The Panchayat elections will witness people of Assam voting on the basis of logical judgements instead of emotional appeals," Das maintained.

Das also criticised BJP ally Asom Gana Parishad especially for its role in opposing the Government on the Bill.

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All Indians feature in NRC complete draft: Ranjit Dass

SILCHAR, Dec 2: Amidst protests across the state on the issue of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 and the National Register of Citizens (NRC), BJP state president Ranjit Dass today reiterated that names of all Indians feature in the complete draft of the NRC and there is no reason for any hue and cry.

Addressing the media here on Sunday during his visit to Barak Valley to campaign for the party ahead of the second phase of Panchayat elections, Das said that BJP will come out unchallenged in the Panchayat polls and no other party could come close.

"The Panchayat elections will witness people of Assam voting on the basis of logical judgements instead of emotional appeals," Das maintained.

Das also criticised BJP ally Asom Gana Parishad especially for its role in opposing the Government on the Bill.

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