NRC List: Home Ministry Said Non-inclusion Of Name In Nrc Does Not Amount To Him Being Declared Foreigner

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NRC List: Home Ministry Said Non-inclusion Of Name In Nrc Does Not Amount To Him Being Declared Foreigner: The final list of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) is to be published on 31 August. Before that, there are many people whose names have not been included in the list for some reason. Those people are confused. Giving them relief, the Union Home Ministry says that they are not declared foreigners due to lack of names in the list.

A Home Ministry spokesperson said, “A person is not declared as a foreigner because he is not included in the NRC.” Everyone left in the final NRC list can appeal to the foreign tribunal. For this, the number of foreign tribunals is being increased.

Assam government will give free legal advice on name release

The needy people who will not be included in the final list of NRC, the government will make necessary arrangements to provide free legal aid to them. Additional Chief Secretary of Assam (Home and Political Department) Kumar Sanjay Krishna said in a statement that those who would not be included in the NRC list would not be detained under any circumstances until the Foreign Tribunal (FT) gave them the foreign Do not declare a citizen.

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Only foreign tribunal can declare someone foreign

Earlier, the Home Ministry had explicitly stated that if a person’s name is not included in the final list of NRC, it does not mean that he will be declared a foreigner. According to the Foreigners Act 1946 and the Foreigners Tribunal Order 1964, the foreign tribunal has the right to declare any person a foreigner.

One lakh people were missing from June list

The first draft of NRC was published on 30 July last year. Out of which 3.9 crore people out of 3.29 crore people of Assam were not included in the list. There was a lot of controversy. After this, the list published in June 2019 did not have the names of one lakh people. Now the final list will be published on 31 August.

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Supreme Court is monitoring

The Supreme Court is monitoring the process of NRC. It aims to identify illegal immigrants in Assam. If the 2011 census is seen, the total population of the state was more than 3.11 crore.

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