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NRC objections: Demand to stop issuing of arbitrary notices

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KOKRAJHAR, May 7 - The Kokrajhar District Congress Committee today submitted a memorandum to the District Registrar of Citizen�s Registration (DRCR) and the Deputy Commissioner, Kokrajhar demanding an immediate stop to issuing of indiscriminate notices upon the citizens of India on the pretext of objections in the preparation of NRC and taking of immediate steps against the alleged illegal and arbitrary process adopted by some LRCR�s of Kokrajhar district.

It has been alleged that the people from linguistic and religious minorities are being harassed in spite of the fact that due verification and scrutiny of documents were already made during the preparation of draft NRC already published earlier.

In the memorandum, it is also alleged that now some fictitious persons having ulterior motive are raising complaints and objections on some baseless grounds. However, the complainants making vague and false objections do not appear during the time of hearing nor it is clear whether the complainants have any ARN number or detailed address, nor the ground of complaint or whether the complainant is an Indian and foreigner remains undisclosed and therefore such complainants remain shadow complainants without a proper locus standi, they alleged.

Such notices which were issued illegally and arbitrary ought to have been dropped and rejected during the filing of these complaints having no details, the memorandum stated.

The memorandum with a copy to the NRC State Coordinator Prateek Hajela appealed to stop hearing of vague complaints and reject such complaints with appropriate action.

Further, the ABMSU and AABYSF today also resented the harassment to the linguistic and religious minority people on the basis of some false and fabricated objections unreasonably and demanded immediate action against these unscrupulous complainants.

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NRC objections: Demand to stop issuing of arbitrary notices

KOKRAJHAR, May 7 - The Kokrajhar District Congress Committee today submitted a memorandum to the District Registrar of Citizen�s Registration (DRCR) and the Deputy Commissioner, Kokrajhar demanding an immediate stop to issuing of indiscriminate notices upon the citizens of India on the pretext of objections in the preparation of NRC and taking of immediate steps against the alleged illegal and arbitrary process adopted by some LRCR�s of Kokrajhar district.

It has been alleged that the people from linguistic and religious minorities are being harassed in spite of the fact that due verification and scrutiny of documents were already made during the preparation of draft NRC already published earlier.

In the memorandum, it is also alleged that now some fictitious persons having ulterior motive are raising complaints and objections on some baseless grounds. However, the complainants making vague and false objections do not appear during the time of hearing nor it is clear whether the complainants have any ARN number or detailed address, nor the ground of complaint or whether the complainant is an Indian and foreigner remains undisclosed and therefore such complainants remain shadow complainants without a proper locus standi, they alleged.

Such notices which were issued illegally and arbitrary ought to have been dropped and rejected during the filing of these complaints having no details, the memorandum stated.

The memorandum with a copy to the NRC State Coordinator Prateek Hajela appealed to stop hearing of vague complaints and reject such complaints with appropriate action.

Further, the ABMSU and AABYSF today also resented the harassment to the linguistic and religious minority people on the basis of some false and fabricated objections unreasonably and demanded immediate action against these unscrupulous complainants.