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Hajela�s NRC presentation remains inconclusive

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NEW DELHI, Oct 26 - State NRC Coordinator Prateek Hajela�s briefing on Friday remained inconclusive and will now be resumed on Saturday.

The meeting was attended by Attorney General Tushar Mehta, State Chief Secretary Aloke Kumar, State Commissioner L S Changsan, senior advocate Kapil Sibal, Chief Minister�s legal advisor Santanu Bharali among others.

When asked Sibal told newsmen that the meeting was preliminary and would continue tomorrow. Asked if he was satisfied with the briefing, he said they were just trying to understand certain issues.

Sources said that Hajela began his presentation by going into the history of NRC and showed some snapshots of the NRC of 1951 which were written in Assamese and had to translated into English.

Sources said the main issue of the five documents will come up tomorrow. The Supreme Court had directed Hajela to make a power point presentation regarding the five documents that were dropped for inclusion in the NRC.

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Hajela�s NRC presentation remains inconclusive

NEW DELHI, Oct 26 - State NRC Coordinator Prateek Hajela�s briefing on Friday remained inconclusive and will now be resumed on Saturday.

The meeting was attended by Attorney General Tushar Mehta, State Chief Secretary Aloke Kumar, State Commissioner L S Changsan, senior advocate Kapil Sibal, Chief Minister�s legal advisor Santanu Bharali among others.

When asked Sibal told newsmen that the meeting was preliminary and would continue tomorrow. Asked if he was satisfied with the briefing, he said they were just trying to understand certain issues.

Sources said that Hajela began his presentation by going into the history of NRC and showed some snapshots of the NRC of 1951 which were written in Assamese and had to translated into English.

Sources said the main issue of the five documents will come up tomorrow. The Supreme Court had directed Hajela to make a power point presentation regarding the five documents that were dropped for inclusion in the NRC.

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