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19 lakh left out of final NRC: What next


Guwahati, Aug 31: Over 19 lakh persons were excluded from the final NRC list that was released on Saturday.

State NRC coordinator, Prateek Hajela said that it has been found it has been found that a total of 3,11,21,004 number of persons are found to be eligible for inclusion in final NRC. 19,06,657 have been left out of the final list.

19 lakh left out of final NRC: What next

Hajela said that the process of receipt of NRC Application Forms started during the end of May 2015 and ended on 31st August 2015. A total of 3,30,27,661 members applied through 68,37,660 applications. The particulars submitted by the applicants were taken up for scrutiny to determine eligibility of their inclusion in NRC.

NRC LIVE: 19,06,657 names left out, 3,11,21,004 found eligible

The exercise of NRC Update is a mammoth exercise involving around 52,000 State Government officials working for a prolonged period.

Taking into account all the persons already included and after disposal of all Claims and Objections and proceedings under Clause 4(3), it has been found that a total of 3,11,21,004 numbers of persons are found eligible for inclusion in Final NRC leaving out 19,06,657 numbers of persons including those who did not submit Claims.

From 10 AM of today (31 August 2019) onward, the hard copies of the Supplementary List of Inclusions will be available for public view at NRC Seva Kendras (NSK), offices of the Deputy Commissioner and offices of the Circle Officer during office hours. The status of both inclusion and exclusion can be viewed online in the NRC website (www.nrcassam.nic.in).

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Any person who is not satisfied with the outcome of the claims and objections can file appeal before the Foreigners Tribunals.

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