NEW DELHI, Sept 9 - Hailing the National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise in Assam, the RSS on Monday said that there are �some errors� in the final list and the government should remove those before moving forward.
The RSS stated this during the three-day annual coordination meeting, first such meeting after the Lok Sabha elections, which was attended by over 200 delegates from 35 of its affiliates.
Held at Pushkar in Rajasthan, concerns were raised at the conclave over several genuine Indian citizens being left out of the final list of the NRC in Assam, majority of whom they claimed were Hindus.
A detailed briefing was held by RSS affiliate �Seema Jagran Manch� on the final list of the NRC published on August 31 that left out over 1.9 million people, the sources said.
BJP general secretary Ram Madhav, who is also the party�s in-charge for the northeastern states, briefed the meeting about the NRC exercise and the final list.
Addressing the press conference here on the final day of the coordination meeting, RSS joint general secretary Dattatreya Hosabale described the NRC as a �complicated and a complex issue� as names of many Bangladeshi illegal immigrants are in voters list.
The abrogation of Article 370, the demand for a nationwide NRC, speedy decision on Ayodhya land dispute case and issues related to the national security dominated the meeting.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, BJP working president JP Nadda, general secretary (organisation) BL Santhosh, RSS �Sahkaryawah� (general secretary) Suresh Bhaiyaji Joshi and joint general secretary Krishna Gopal also attended the meeting that was divided into 14 sessions.