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Meet on NRC held at Sivasagar

By ANN Service

SIVASAGAR, Oct 1 - A crucial meeting on the NRC was held at the Deputy Commissioner�s office here on Saturday. The meeting aimed to remove doubts in people�s minds on the recent developments.

Explaining the objectives, Robin Bora, incharge, KPM2 NSK, said that the Government published the first draft of the updated NRC on December 31, 2017 and the second and final draft on July 30, 2018. Out of the total 3,29,68,686 applicants, names of 2,89,83,677 were included in the final draft while 40,07,707 got excluded due to failure to submit any of the necessary 15 documents as prescribed by the Supreme Court of India. Following submission of reports by Prateek Hajela, Coordinator, Assam, the Supreme Court reduced the number of required documents to 10 and a month�s time to produce any of these documents for inclusion of names. Hence, there should be no fear among the genuine Indian citizens regarding the NRC, Bora said. He added that if a person finds it difficult to obtain documents prior to 1971, then he or she can fill in the 7th column of page 4 of the �Claim and Objection� form and state in detail about his or her problems.

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Meet on NRC held at Sivasagar

SIVASAGAR, Oct 1 - A crucial meeting on the NRC was held at the Deputy Commissioner�s office here on Saturday. The meeting aimed to remove doubts in people�s minds on the recent developments.

Explaining the objectives, Robin Bora, incharge, KPM2 NSK, said that the Government published the first draft of the updated NRC on December 31, 2017 and the second and final draft on July 30, 2018. Out of the total 3,29,68,686 applicants, names of 2,89,83,677 were included in the final draft while 40,07,707 got excluded due to failure to submit any of the necessary 15 documents as prescribed by the Supreme Court of India. Following submission of reports by Prateek Hajela, Coordinator, Assam, the Supreme Court reduced the number of required documents to 10 and a month�s time to produce any of these documents for inclusion of names. Hence, there should be no fear among the genuine Indian citizens regarding the NRC, Bora said. He added that if a person finds it difficult to obtain documents prior to 1971, then he or she can fill in the 7th column of page 4 of the �Claim and Objection� form and state in detail about his or her problems.

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