Published On: Sat, Aug 31st, 2019

Final list of National Civil Register (NRC) of Assam has released, aprx 3 Crore 11 Lacs people are in list.

Highlights

  • Final list of NRC released in Assam on Saturday, atmosphere of restlessness among people.
  • CM Sonowal said – no need to worry when out of NRC, keep peace.
  • Sonowal said that everyone will get full chance to prove citizenship.
  • Thousands of foreigner tribunals are being made for appeal in the case, if the name is not available, the basis will not be made.
  • The final list of the much talked-about National Civil Register (NRC) of Assam was released at 10 am on Saturday. 19 lakh people have not been able to make their place in this list.
  • Assam NRC Final List: Final list of NRC released, alert issued in Assam.

Before the list was released, Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal had assured that the state government would take care of the concerns of those who were left out of the last National Citizen Register (NRC) which was going to be published on Saturday and would ensure that ‘unnecessary harassment’ of someone Are not.

Final list of National Civil Register (NRC) of Assam has released, aprx 3 Crore 11 Lacs people are in list. India 24x7 News

Final list of National Civil Register (NRC) of Assam has released, aprx 3 Crore 11 Lacs people are in list. India 24×7 News

Guwahati / New Delhi: The final list of the much talked-about National Civil Register (NRC) of Assam was released at 10 am on Saturday. 19 lakh people have not been able to make their place in this list. State Coordinator of NRC Prateek Hazarika said that a total of 3,11,21,004 people have succeeded in making a place in this list. He said that 19,06,657 people have been excluded from the final list of NRC. In fact, when the draft NRC was published, 40.7 lakh people were excluded from it, which was much debated. It is now made public today amid allegations of wrongful inclusion or removal of people by political parties in the NRC. On the other hand, the state administration has imposed prohibitory orders in sensitive areas including Guwahati. Officials said this has been done to ensure normal functioning of offices, normal movement of public and traffic. The state government has also assured the people that those whose names will not be included, will have further options.

Nabarun Guha is sitting on his chair in a state of restlessness. Guha is a journalist and has visited NRC Seva Kendra (NSK) twice since he came to know that his name has not been included in the interim and final draft. He still does not believe if his name will be included in the Register of Citizens on Saturday. Guha is the great-grandson of eminent historian, economist and poet of Assam Amalendu Guha and his family has been living in the posh Ulubari area of ​​Guwahati since 1930. All the people in his family have names in the draft NRC (National Register of Citizens) but they do not.

Guha said, ‘My parents have died, so there is no question of including their names. My father’s name was included in the 1966 and 1970 voter lists. I showed them to be connected to them through my voter ID using their legacy code. Still my name was not included. Guha said, ‘Actually it bothers me. I don’t know if my name will eventually be included. If a mistake occurs twice, then it can happen a third time. ‘

‘….. than will have to sell the land’

Cavities are not alone. There is concern about NRC among about 41 lakh people in Assam. This publication will identify Indian nationals as well as illegal migrants from Bangladesh. Monovara Begum (45) is a domestic help and NRC is awaiting publication. Although her and her husband Lal Bahadur Ali are named in the draft NRC, the names of their four children – Laila, Anna, Monirul and Shahidul – are not included. He said, ‘I am so worried that I can’t sleep at night. I don’t know what will happen if his name does not figure in the final list. When she was told about the government’s assurance that those whose names were not in the list would not be taken into custody and she could appeal to the foreign tribunal, she began to sob. He said, ‘We have spent our hard earned money by joining the hearing. If we had to go to the tribunal now, we would have to sell the house and land.

Prohibition applied in sensitive areas

Ganesh Rai of Solmari Kalyanpur village in Gwalpada district belongs to the local Rajbangshi community but fears that his name will not be included in the final NRC as he has been declared as a D-voter. He had voted in the 2016 assembly elections and never received notice about his changed position which he came to know during inquiries at the NRC service center. Many Bodo and tea tribals in the Bodoland Autonomous Region District (BTAD) are not worried. They say that they are local residents of Assam and no one can remove them from their land.

State government will take care of people’s concerns: Sonowal

Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said that the state government will take care of the concerns of those who have been left out of the last National Citizen Register (NRC), which is going to be published on Saturday and will ensure that no one is ‘harassed’. The Chief Minister said that as long as the petition of the appellant is under consideration in the Foreign Tribunal (FT), he cannot be considered as a foreigner, therefore, he appealed to the people of Barak, Brahmaputra, hilly and plains in the state to maintain peace and a mature society. Set an example.

Sonowal also assured that those whose names have not been included in the NRC, will get an opportunity to file an appeal and their side will be heard in the Foreign Tribunal (FT) as per the instructions of the Union Home Ministry. He said, “Increasing the time period for filing appeals in FT from 60 days to 120 days will provide an equal opportunity to all those who are left out of the list.” He said that NRC is the result of untiring efforts of thousands of people and this has become possible due to the unconditional support of the people of Assam.

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