For inclusion in the updated NRC, there are mainly two requirements – existence of a person’s name in Legacy Data or any one of the admissible documents issued up and proving linkage with that person. Family-wise application Forms will have to be submitted for getting names included in the updated NRC in Assam. These Application Forms will be fully verified and based on the results of verification of particulars submitted; the updated Assam’s NRC 2018 will be prepared. A draft NRC already be published after the verification of the Application Forms to facilitate applicants with another opportunity to submit claims, objections, corrections etc., before publication of the final NRC.
Consequences of NRC Complete Draft Updation in Assam 2018-
We know every people in Assam are waiting for a correct and genuine NRC list to identify all “genuine citizens” living in Assam and root out “illegal immigrants”. Complete Draft to be Published on 30th July 2018
We here going to discuss some basic problems may going to arise after declaring NRC Assam complete draft 2018. Here some of the issues we highlighted below.
How illegal immigrants will be detected?
Few days back when the final updated NRC in Assam would be completely uploaded, keeping with the spirit and word of the Assam Accord, 1985. According to the Accord, if anyone residing in Assam can’t able to prove citizenship or family lineage in the state , would lose their Indian status and would have to leave India.
What would be the policy for those found to be non-citizens, if any?
It is a question that the time-worn agitation leaders against ‘foreigners’ – most of whom are in the present BJP-led government in the state – had not engaged with, beyond saying that ‘they will have to be deported to Bangladesh’.
What the ruling means is that the names of those siblings and family members (of ‘declared foreigners’) who have been referred to the foreigners tribunals in the state to ascertain if they are genuine Indian citizens will not be included in the updated NRC.
Issue of illegal foreigners continues to be a major political one
Respected Iftikar Hussain Siddique cannot understand why he is called ‘Bangladeshi’ when he speaks Assamese better than Bengali and generations of his family have lived in the state.
“I have personally not had a problem in college but they call us Bangladeshis in front of the media,” says Siddique, an M Com student from Gauhati University and ‘they’ refers to organisations such as the All Assam Students Union (AASU), which has been at the forefront of the the opposition to illegal migration, mostly from Bangladesh, but also Nepal. He hopes that will change when the National Register of Citizens (NRC) is updated in Assam by January 2016.
It would be an understatement to say that the NRC update is among the most discussed and contentious issues generally in Assam today. Many believe that this is the only feasible solution to the illegal migrants issue, which has led to much bloodshed. The NRC is a register containing details of all Indian citizens.
Is Bangladesh Government will be agree to take those illegal migrants of Assam?
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been regularly criticised for being partial towards India because of her efforts in improving relations with India and make the country peaceful by sharing their issues. Any Indian effort to raise the issue will make the situation complex for her. India may not be prepared to lose a friend in Bangladesh which is very important as political reason”.
Though there may be an extradition treaty between the two countries now – unlike in 1985 when the Accord was signed by the Rajiv Gandhi government with Assam’s student leaders – Bhattacharjee, a specialist on India-Bangladesh issues, however, underlined, “There are doubts about how much such a treaty will be helpful in future deporting undocumented immigrants because, for this, it will require Bangladesh’s cooperation.
I suppose Bangladesh will not be ready to accept them. According to Bangladesh, there is no illegal migration happening. So what will be governments next action about this, we can see later
What happens if anyone’s name is not listed in NRC complete draft
Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said all those excluded in the first National Register of Citizens draft should not worry as no one will be discriminated against on the basis of caste and community and will be given opportunities to prove citizenship.In complete draft their name will be listed. If further any problem occurs, the candidate will get another chance to prove his citizenship. So don’t worry about this
Sonowal also said that a mechanism has to be devised “humanely” by the central government on what to do with those who are found to be illegal immigrants after finalisation of the National Register of Citizens (NRC), a list of the state’s citizens.
“There is no question of discriminating against anyone whether he or she is a Hindu, Muslim, Bengali or Nepali,” Sonowal told PTI. “No one will be victimised on the basis of caste and community,” he asserted. “All will be treated equally and given opportunities to prove their citizenship so that their names could be incorporated in the subsequent drafts of the NRC,” Sonowal added.
How to Submit a request for correction in NRC Complete Draft in Assam
You must submit your application under these guidelines in writing by mail, fax, e-mail, or Internet. If such a situation arises, you may file claim application within a stipulated time period before the LRCR. The Application for filing claims and objections is available in a prescribed format. A notice will be issued to every person filing claim to substantiate his or her claim by the LRCR.
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