Asaduddin Owaisi Tweet: What is the difference between NRC and NPR? Which every Indian needs to know: All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president Asaduddin Owaisi protested against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), and also explained on social media what the difference between the NRC and the NPR was .

He made about 5 tweets on his official Twitter account, in which he explained in detail why every Indian should keep information about it. In his first tweet, Owaisi wrote, “NPR is the first step towards the National Register of Indian Citizens, which is the second name of the nationwide NRC. It is important to understand the link between NPR and NRC. ”

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Further Asaduddin Owaisi wrote, “NPR is a collected figure of all the ‘ordinary residents’ living in India.” According to the citizenship rules of the year 2003, the national register of Indian citizens has to be presented after separating citizens from non-citizens. How is this retrenchment done? ”

Then wrote, “First, a local official confirms the list and issues a notice to ‘suspicious citizens’ from the list of local citizens. These ‘suspects’ have to prove their citizenship. After this, the draft list is published. If you think it is enough to get a name in the draft list, then it is not correct. Because according to the rules, objection can be lodged on the inclusion of a name in the list. Broadly speaking, anyone can file an objection. The decision on your Indianness is in the hands of an officer.

In his last tweet, Owaisi wrote, “NPR also collects sensitive personal information of every Indian, such as passport related information. (5.5 per cent of total Indians have passports). “According to the sources, the NPR has been approved by the Union Cabinet.

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