JORHAT, Sept 5 - The district unit of the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) has claimed that they have assisted more than 6,000 families in urban Jorhat, Mariani, Borholla, Pulibor and Hatigarh through awareness programmes to trace out their legacy data in the NRC Seva Kendras (NSKs).
�Our aim was to sensitise people about the significance of the NRC process. As the period of submission has ended, we too have concluded our programme,� said AJYCP district president Ritul Pathak.
Pathak said that the AJYCP members intensified the sensitisation programme since June 23 last by distributing leaflets and arranging audio campaigns in several localities of the district.
The Jorhat Deputy Commissioner too is on record to have acclaimed the sensitisation programme by the students� organisation in the district, which had immensely helped the officials concerned during the collection drive of filled-up NRC forms.
However, the AJYCP members said that they have now set up a surveillance cell in the city in order to keep a close watch in certain areas of the district so as to prevent the inclusion of names of several doubtful citizens in the NRC.
The Jorhat unit of AJYCP has already identified certain locations like Latif Colony near Rajamaidam, Borpool, Rupnagar and many others where hundreds of illegal migrants are allegedly taking shelter.