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GUWAHATI, July 28 - The police and security forces have fully geared up to deal with any possible law and order situation following the publication of the complete draft of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) on July 30, while, at the same time, a series of meetings are being held with all the stakeholders, including political parties and various organizations, to ensure that the event passes off peacefully.

Talking to The Assam Tribune, Special Director General of Police (Special Branch), Pallab Bhattacharya admitted that the publication of the complete draft of the NRC would be a landmark day for Assam and the police and security forces have geared up to ensure that no untoward incident takes place in any part of the State. He asserted that the forces are confident of dealing with any situation.

Bhattacharya said additional forces from the Centre have started arriving in the State and all preparations have been made to deal with potential trouble-mongers. He admitted that certain individuals and organizations have been trying to indulge in a misinformation campaign on the NRC. But he said that all-out efforts have been made to thwart the attempts of such forces to create confusion in the society.

The Special DG said that Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal held a meeting with the deputy commissioners, superintendents of police and other senior officials of the districts of the Brahmaputra valley on July 26 where instructions have been issued to the officers to keep a close watch on the situation. He said that a similar meeting was held with the officers of the Barak valley districts a few days back and all the officers are fully aware of their responsibilities.

Meanwhile, all the SPs have prepared lists of vulnerable pockets in their respective districts and adequate security personnel deployments have been made. At the same time, lists of potential trouble-mongers have been prepared and a close watch is being maintained on them.

Bhattacharya revealed that to thwart the designs of romour-mongers, a series of meetings have been made with all the stakeholders, including political parties and various organizations, opinion-makers, etc. He pointed out that information and communication play a vital role in thwarting the designs of romour-mongers and such efforts have been made all over the State. He pointed out that Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had also made it clear recently that those whose names would not appear in the draft of the NRC would not be sent to detention camps as claimed by certain organizations to create confusion in the minds of people. Adequate time will be given to those whose names will not appear in the draft to file claims and objections and no one should be unduly worried, he pointed out.

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Security forces geared up to face situation

GUWAHATI, July 28 - The police and security forces have fully geared up to deal with any possible law and order situation following the publication of the complete draft of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) on July 30, while, at the same time, a series of meetings are being held with all the stakeholders, including political parties and various organizations, to ensure that the event passes off peacefully.

Talking to The Assam Tribune, Special Director General of Police (Special Branch), Pallab Bhattacharya admitted that the publication of the complete draft of the NRC would be a landmark day for Assam and the police and security forces have geared up to ensure that no untoward incident takes place in any part of the State. He asserted that the forces are confident of dealing with any situation.

Bhattacharya said additional forces from the Centre have started arriving in the State and all preparations have been made to deal with potential trouble-mongers. He admitted that certain individuals and organizations have been trying to indulge in a misinformation campaign on the NRC. But he said that all-out efforts have been made to thwart the attempts of such forces to create confusion in the society.

The Special DG said that Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal held a meeting with the deputy commissioners, superintendents of police and other senior officials of the districts of the Brahmaputra valley on July 26 where instructions have been issued to the officers to keep a close watch on the situation. He said that a similar meeting was held with the officers of the Barak valley districts a few days back and all the officers are fully aware of their responsibilities.

Meanwhile, all the SPs have prepared lists of vulnerable pockets in their respective districts and adequate security personnel deployments have been made. At the same time, lists of potential trouble-mongers have been prepared and a close watch is being maintained on them.

Bhattacharya revealed that to thwart the designs of romour-mongers, a series of meetings have been made with all the stakeholders, including political parties and various organizations, opinion-makers, etc. He pointed out that information and communication play a vital role in thwarting the designs of romour-mongers and such efforts have been made all over the State. He pointed out that Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had also made it clear recently that those whose names would not appear in the draft of the NRC would not be sent to detention camps as claimed by certain organizations to create confusion in the minds of people. Adequate time will be given to those whose names will not appear in the draft to file claims and objections and no one should be unduly worried, he pointed out.