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31 July :- In the case of civil register in Assam, the Supreme Court made it clear that no action can be taken against anyone on the basis of draft draft.

The government told the Supreme Court that it would be better, ‘You should direct that no action will be taken against those whose names are not listed in the list. The court said, “We will not give any instructions at this time.” Right now, you prepare a standard work procedure for claim and rejection with complete details. We will give it your approval. We will be silent for the moment. But this silence does not mean that we agree or disagree with your scheme. ‘

Let us know that NRC had considered 40 lakh people as illegal citizens in their second list on Monday.

As soon as the hearing started in the court, the State Correspondent symbol Hajala submitted a compliance report to the court order. Submitting the report, Hajala said that from August 30 to September 20, people can know the reason why their name did not come in the NRC. They can go to NRC service center for this. The Supreme Court asked, what is the last date for issuing NRC final list?

In response, Hajala said that the NRC has not finalized the last date for issuing the final list. This is to decide the Supreme Court. On this, Justice Gogoi asked, what is the SOP over the NRC?

Explain that during the hearing, the Supreme Court has made several questions from the NRC’s Coordinating Committee. The court asked what was done for the operating processor. Also asked how much practice was done for it.

The Supreme Court said that due to the complexity and complicity of the matter, there was a need to adopt the whole process fairly. If some people have not made it to the list, then we should fix it. The Coordinator Committee said that in the next few weeks it will be completely cured.

The Supreme Court said in its order that this is just a draft NRC. No action can be taken on the basis of this. The final NRC is essential for this. Unbiased procedures should be taken to check the claims and objections of those whose names are not in the list. In this regard, the Cordinator and Government will tell the procedure to investigate the claims and objections through which.

According to the rule, the local registrar will address the complaints of all people. They will also tell why they are not included in the list.

The Supreme Court said the central government has assured that it will tell the court all by the middle of August. The court said, “We allow related departments to give details in the court. The Supreme Court said that the next hearing will be on August 16, in which the court will decide how to proceed further. Before this, the government will issue draft list from August seven.

Let us say that the Attorney General K.K. Venugopal told the Supreme Court that we are fully aware of the complexities of being made to make it compulsory. Courts should be given directions in this regard that they will not be forced to act for enforcement. The Attorney General said that it would have been better that the Supreme Court bench should clear the situation and instruct him to implement it.

 

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