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Cachar DC, SP allay NRC fears

By Staff Correspondent

SILCHAR, Aug 30 - Ahead of the publication of the supplementary list of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) tomorrow, the Cachar district administration and district police is confident of controlling the law-and-order situation.

Talking to The Assam Tribune, Cachar SP Mughdha Jyoti Deb Mahanta said that even as 90 NSKs out of 160 NSKs have been earmarked as 'sensitive' centres, paramilitary forces have been adequately deployed to keep an eye on untoward developments. Police officers have been put on alert and there is no reason to worry, he stated.

Meanwhile, allying the simmering fear among people, Cachar Deputy Commissioner Laya Madduri said �no one should feel that heavens will fall apart or immediate action would be resorted against people who might not feature in the supplementary list of applicants who had filed claims and whose claims were accepted, those who were objected against but found to be eligible after hearings and those who were excluded in the draft exclusion list but found eligible for inclusion after hearings. Government is ready to help the genuine citizens who might feel that their rights have been violated. Also, social media sites are being closely monitored and any objectionable comment which might flare up sentiments shall be dealt with hard hands.� She added to inform that the district administration had held talks with people from different strata of society and urged them not to panic under any condition.

Our North Lakhimpur Correspondent adds: Lakhimpur Deputy Commissioner Dr Jeevan B today urged the public not to panic in the wake of publication of supplementary draft NRC. This was stated by him while addressing a press meet at his office at North Lakhimpur today.

The Lakhimpur DC said that the supplementary draft would be available at all NSK centres as well as with FLOs of the villages. He farther said that the supplementary draft NRC could be accessed online by typing the ARN. The Lakhimpur DC also appealed to the public not to spread any rumours concerning the NRC.

The press meet was also attended by the Superintendent of Police HK Nath. In his address, the SP informed that three security zones � Dhakuakhana, North Lakhimpur and Bihpuria had been set up in the district for the NRC. He said that 34 NSK centres were identified as normal while 39 were sensitive. Seven companies of CRPF have been deployed in Lakhimpur district to ensure safety and security, he said.

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Cachar DC, SP allay NRC fears

SILCHAR, Aug 30 - Ahead of the publication of the supplementary list of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) tomorrow, the Cachar district administration and district police is confident of controlling the law-and-order situation.

Talking to The Assam Tribune, Cachar SP Mughdha Jyoti Deb Mahanta said that even as 90 NSKs out of 160 NSKs have been earmarked as 'sensitive' centres, paramilitary forces have been adequately deployed to keep an eye on untoward developments. Police officers have been put on alert and there is no reason to worry, he stated.

Meanwhile, allying the simmering fear among people, Cachar Deputy Commissioner Laya Madduri said �no one should feel that heavens will fall apart or immediate action would be resorted against people who might not feature in the supplementary list of applicants who had filed claims and whose claims were accepted, those who were objected against but found to be eligible after hearings and those who were excluded in the draft exclusion list but found eligible for inclusion after hearings. Government is ready to help the genuine citizens who might feel that their rights have been violated. Also, social media sites are being closely monitored and any objectionable comment which might flare up sentiments shall be dealt with hard hands.� She added to inform that the district administration had held talks with people from different strata of society and urged them not to panic under any condition.

Our North Lakhimpur Correspondent adds: Lakhimpur Deputy Commissioner Dr Jeevan B today urged the public not to panic in the wake of publication of supplementary draft NRC. This was stated by him while addressing a press meet at his office at North Lakhimpur today.

The Lakhimpur DC said that the supplementary draft would be available at all NSK centres as well as with FLOs of the villages. He farther said that the supplementary draft NRC could be accessed online by typing the ARN. The Lakhimpur DC also appealed to the public not to spread any rumours concerning the NRC.

The press meet was also attended by the Superintendent of Police HK Nath. In his address, the SP informed that three security zones � Dhakuakhana, North Lakhimpur and Bihpuria had been set up in the district for the NRC. He said that 34 NSK centres were identified as normal while 39 were sensitive. Seven companies of CRPF have been deployed in Lakhimpur district to ensure safety and security, he said.