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Names of minorities left out from NRC draft: Ajmal

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SILCHAR, June 28 - AIUDF chief Maulana Badaruddin Ajmal has said that the way the names of minorities are allegedly being struck off from featuring in the National Register of Citizens, arbitrarily under the tacit support of a section of officials mostly in the minority-dominated areas in the State, is extremely unfortunate.

Addressing mediapersons on the sidelines of his three-day visit to Barak Valley, Ajmal said that �if such things go uncontrolled, situation across the State might turn worse in the days ahead. Genuine Indian citizens might not be included in the NRC.�

On the other hand, asked about his reaction on the buzz over a letter on the issue of citizenship in the State to the United Nations Human Rights Commission, Ajmal said that he is completely unaware of the issue and chose not to comment further saying that the developments have come as a surprise to him.

It may be mentioned here that Ajmal is in Barak Valley to review the flood situation across the three districts. He also took part in relief distribution programme and gave away relief merchandise to flood victims at Gosaipur under Cachar district on Wednesday.

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Names of minorities left out from NRC draft: Ajmal

SILCHAR, June 28 - AIUDF chief Maulana Badaruddin Ajmal has said that the way the names of minorities are allegedly being struck off from featuring in the National Register of Citizens, arbitrarily under the tacit support of a section of officials mostly in the minority-dominated areas in the State, is extremely unfortunate.

Addressing mediapersons on the sidelines of his three-day visit to Barak Valley, Ajmal said that �if such things go uncontrolled, situation across the State might turn worse in the days ahead. Genuine Indian citizens might not be included in the NRC.�

On the other hand, asked about his reaction on the buzz over a letter on the issue of citizenship in the State to the United Nations Human Rights Commission, Ajmal said that he is completely unaware of the issue and chose not to comment further saying that the developments have come as a surprise to him.

It may be mentioned here that Ajmal is in Barak Valley to review the flood situation across the three districts. He also took part in relief distribution programme and gave away relief merchandise to flood victims at Gosaipur under Cachar district on Wednesday.