JORHAT, March 26 � In a press conference held here today, Jorhat deputy commissioner Solanki Vishal Vasant said that the administration will start the official activities of a total of 81 NRC Seva Kendras (NSKs) in different locations across the district to provide the help to check the �legacy data� of the residents of localities concerned so that they do not have to face problem during submission of their applications and required documents for updating the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in the State.
The �legacy data� collectively means the documents, namely, 1951 NRC and pre-1971 Electoral Rolls. Officials of those 81 NSKs will help in finding out either patriarchal or matriarchal identity of a particular individual in the legacy data which are available in the 1951 NRC and pre-1971 Electoral Rolls.
The district administration has already launched awareness programmes in several locations, both in urban and rural areas, of the district and asked the citizens to take the application forms from the NSKs. �I request the people to take the application forms from our Seva Kendras,� said deputy commissioner Solanki.