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  • Those People left out of Assam NRC they will receive with a Reason slips soon

    Published on September 22, 2019

    By Bhupen Goswami

    Guwahati : Although the final National Register of Citizens (NRC) has been published, excluding the names of over 19 Lac applicants, the officials engaged in the process have not yet been released as some formalities are yet to be completed. Meanwhile, the office of the state coordinator is planning to start the process of issuing rejection slips to those left out of the NRC soon.The 120-day window period for 19 lakh people excluded from the final national register of citizens or NRC to appeal to foreign tribunals can only begin in November as the authorities are required to prepare the details of each person’s cause Time will be boycotted, NRC sources said. Sources said that only after these orders are sent to the ousted people, they can file their petition in foreign tribunals.In a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) instruction letter issued to NRC officials by state NRC coordinator Prateek Hajela, a copy of which is available with Media Persons , the deadline for completion of the ordering process was specified as per the final NRC. has gone. And scanning of all relevant documents that need to be prepared before the speaking order is issued.Official sources told National Media Person that with the final NRC publication, only the formal part of the process was completed and some key areas are yet to be covered. A major task before the State Coordinator’s Office would be to issue rejection slips to those left out of the NRC.Sources said that the reasons for rejecting applications of people who have been left out of the NRC will be rejected in detail, so that those people can contact foreign tribunals. It may be mentioned here that apart from one hundred more tribunals operating in the state, the government has taken steps to set up 200 new tribunals to expedite the process of disposal of cases.The second most important part is the storage and digitization of all records, including documents submitted by applicants, to include names in NRC. Sources said that all data and records would have to be properly stored for future use whenever necessary and the quality of the digitization process would be checked by senior officials.Around 5,000 government officials were engaged in the final verification process and none of them have been released from duty till date and are likely to be released only after the entire process is completed. However, NRC service centers are likely to be injured in a phased manner.Similarly, the names of those against whom cases are going on in foreign tribunals were not included and if any such names are approved by the tribunal, they have to be included. Individuals whose names have been dismissed have the right to appeal before tribunals and if their appeals are upheld, their names have to be included.