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No change of family tree permitted

By R Dutta Choudhury

GUWAHATI, Nov 12 - No change of legacy person or family tree will be permitted at the stage of filing of claims and objections of the National Register of Citizens (NRC), while, those filing claims are given an opportunity to give details of the grounds for the claim.

The Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) prepared for the disposal of the claims and objections, said that any person, who applied for inclusion of names in the NRC and whose name did not appear in the draft, can file claims through the claim form and anyone can use the correction form for correction of names due to typographical error.

The SOP clearly mentioned that no change of legacy person would be allowed during the time of filing of claims, while, at the same time, no one would be allowed to change the family tree declared at the time of submission of applications. The list of legacy documents would remain the same as it existed at the time of submission of applications. There is no need for resubmitting the documents, which were already submitted by the applicants at the time of submission of applications for inclusion of names in the NRC in 2015. However, anyone submitting claims can submit additional documents, but those have to be valid and eligible document.

No fee will be charged for making an application. But if anyone knowingly submits false representation or materials, he or she would be punishable with imprisonment for a term, which may extend up to five years or with fine, which may extend to Rs 50,000 or both..

The submissions of claims and for corrections in respect of persons wrongly identified as D voters or declared foreigners would be restricted to the applicants who submitted their applications up to August 31, 2015.

The claim applications will only be received at the NRC Seva Kendras (NSK) where the initial application was received. Even if the applicant changes his or her address, the original NSK will be the place where the claim applications will have to be submitted. The local registrar will receive the application and issue an acknowledgment receipt indicating the list of documents. The applications received will be digitized as soon as possible to facilitate issue of notices and other required verifications.

As per the SOP, any person can make an objection about inclusion of any name in the draft NRC and file documents, if any, in support of the application. There is no restriction on the number of objections that can be filed by any person. The local registrar will give adequate opportunity during the hearing to the persons who filed objections and against the persons against whom objections were filed. While disposing of the objections, the local registrar will have to examine all records, documents and evidences including oral evidences.

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No change of family tree permitted

GUWAHATI, Nov 12 - No change of legacy person or family tree will be permitted at the stage of filing of claims and objections of the National Register of Citizens (NRC), while, those filing claims are given an opportunity to give details of the grounds for the claim.

The Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) prepared for the disposal of the claims and objections, said that any person, who applied for inclusion of names in the NRC and whose name did not appear in the draft, can file claims through the claim form and anyone can use the correction form for correction of names due to typographical error.

The SOP clearly mentioned that no change of legacy person would be allowed during the time of filing of claims, while, at the same time, no one would be allowed to change the family tree declared at the time of submission of applications. The list of legacy documents would remain the same as it existed at the time of submission of applications. There is no need for resubmitting the documents, which were already submitted by the applicants at the time of submission of applications for inclusion of names in the NRC in 2015. However, anyone submitting claims can submit additional documents, but those have to be valid and eligible document.

No fee will be charged for making an application. But if anyone knowingly submits false representation or materials, he or she would be punishable with imprisonment for a term, which may extend up to five years or with fine, which may extend to Rs 50,000 or both..

The submissions of claims and for corrections in respect of persons wrongly identified as D voters or declared foreigners would be restricted to the applicants who submitted their applications up to August 31, 2015.

The claim applications will only be received at the NRC Seva Kendras (NSK) where the initial application was received. Even if the applicant changes his or her address, the original NSK will be the place where the claim applications will have to be submitted. The local registrar will receive the application and issue an acknowledgment receipt indicating the list of documents. The applications received will be digitized as soon as possible to facilitate issue of notices and other required verifications.

As per the SOP, any person can make an objection about inclusion of any name in the draft NRC and file documents, if any, in support of the application. There is no restriction on the number of objections that can be filed by any person. The local registrar will give adequate opportunity during the hearing to the persons who filed objections and against the persons against whom objections were filed. While disposing of the objections, the local registrar will have to examine all records, documents and evidences including oral evidences.

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