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NRC update work in full swing at Barpeta

By Correspondent

BARPETA, May 5 � The process of update of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) is going on in full swing in Barpeta district and the district administration has made all efforts to complete the process without any flaws.

A cell for this purpose has been set up at the Deputy Commissioner�s office. The cell is monitoring the ongoing activities round the clock. Two rounds of awareness campaigns have already been completed and the third round of the campaign will be undertaken in the second week of this month.

A large number of people have collected their legacy data from the NRC Seva Kendras established in the district.

The administration has taken stern steps against those employees who are avoiding duties related to the NRC and warning letters have been issued to such employees. Besides, a medical board has been formed for those who have sought relief from NRC-related work on health grounds.

Deputy Commissioner Varnali Deka has directed all employees to perform their duties sincerely so that the entire process can be completed in time and without any errors.

The administration has also undertaken precautionary measures to check any probable law-and-order situation and is in constant touch with the law-enforcing agencies. The Deputy Commissioner has also appealed to the people of the district to cooperate in the process so that it can be completed in a peaceful manner.

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NRC update work in full swing at Barpeta

BARPETA, May 5 � The process of update of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) is going on in full swing in Barpeta district and the district administration has made all efforts to complete the process without any flaws.

A cell for this purpose has been set up at the Deputy Commissioner�s office. The cell is monitoring the ongoing activities round the clock. Two rounds of awareness campaigns have already been completed and the third round of the campaign will be undertaken in the second week of this month.

A large number of people have collected their legacy data from the NRC Seva Kendras established in the district.

The administration has taken stern steps against those employees who are avoiding duties related to the NRC and warning letters have been issued to such employees. Besides, a medical board has been formed for those who have sought relief from NRC-related work on health grounds.

Deputy Commissioner Varnali Deka has directed all employees to perform their duties sincerely so that the entire process can be completed in time and without any errors.

The administration has also undertaken precautionary measures to check any probable law-and-order situation and is in constant touch with the law-enforcing agencies. The Deputy Commissioner has also appealed to the people of the district to cooperate in the process so that it can be completed in a peaceful manner.