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NRC to safeguard interest of Assam: Sonowal

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GUWAHATI, July 29 - Terming July 30 � the day the complete draft of the NRC will be published � as a historic day, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has said the �historic document� has become the instrument to safeguard the interest of greater Assamese society and it would be able to create a positive atmosphere, paving the way for realising the hopes and aspirations of the genuine Indian citizens.

In a statement on the eve of the publication of the draft NRC, Sonowal said the resilience and struggle of the people of Assam are intrinsically involved with the matter of NRC.

Sonowal said after the publication of first draft of NRC, people cutting across all castes and tribes, religious, linguistic divides residing in the Barak and Brahmaputra valleys, plains and hills of the State showed tremendous unity and harmony. �I hope that the people will maintain the same harmonious environment after the publication of the complete draft,� he said.

Stating that the people should not panic if his or her name does not appear in the draft NRC, Sonowal assured that genuine Indian citizens would get full opportunity to include their names through the subsequent process of claims and objections.

�Already, the Union Home Minister has categorically stated that no one would be sent to the detention camps even if their names do not appear in NRC,� he reiterated.

Sonowal said NRC is a national programme and it is the duty and obligation of every Indian citizen to ensure its successful completion.

�We have made repeated requests in the past to all sections of the society to desist from making any inflammatory or communal remarks regarding the NRC. Some disruptive elements of the society are trying to create conflict among various sections by circulating rumours and misinformation about NRC. I urge the people to stay united to defeat all such evil designs. I am sure that this complete draft of NRC, which is prepared after 70 years of India�s independence, will be able to safeguard the future of each and every citizen of Assam,� he added.

He said both the Central and the State Governments have been extending their support from the beginning for preparing a correct NRC. The CM also extended heartiest congratulations to the 55,000 officials engaged in NRC updation process and the people living across the Barak and Brahmaputra valleys, plains and hills of the State.

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NRC to safeguard interest of Assam: Sonowal

GUWAHATI, July 29 - Terming July 30 � the day the complete draft of the NRC will be published � as a historic day, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has said the �historic document� has become the instrument to safeguard the interest of greater Assamese society and it would be able to create a positive atmosphere, paving the way for realising the hopes and aspirations of the genuine Indian citizens.

In a statement on the eve of the publication of the draft NRC, Sonowal said the resilience and struggle of the people of Assam are intrinsically involved with the matter of NRC.

Sonowal said after the publication of first draft of NRC, people cutting across all castes and tribes, religious, linguistic divides residing in the Barak and Brahmaputra valleys, plains and hills of the State showed tremendous unity and harmony. �I hope that the people will maintain the same harmonious environment after the publication of the complete draft,� he said.

Stating that the people should not panic if his or her name does not appear in the draft NRC, Sonowal assured that genuine Indian citizens would get full opportunity to include their names through the subsequent process of claims and objections.

�Already, the Union Home Minister has categorically stated that no one would be sent to the detention camps even if their names do not appear in NRC,� he reiterated.

Sonowal said NRC is a national programme and it is the duty and obligation of every Indian citizen to ensure its successful completion.

�We have made repeated requests in the past to all sections of the society to desist from making any inflammatory or communal remarks regarding the NRC. Some disruptive elements of the society are trying to create conflict among various sections by circulating rumours and misinformation about NRC. I urge the people to stay united to defeat all such evil designs. I am sure that this complete draft of NRC, which is prepared after 70 years of India�s independence, will be able to safeguard the future of each and every citizen of Assam,� he added.

He said both the Central and the State Governments have been extending their support from the beginning for preparing a correct NRC. The CM also extended heartiest congratulations to the 55,000 officials engaged in NRC updation process and the people living across the Barak and Brahmaputra valleys, plains and hills of the State.

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