Assam: Draft NRC to be published on 4 government websites on Dec 31
- The updated part of the Draft NRC is scheduled to be published on Dec 31
- This will be published on four different websites just after the publishing of draft
- This will be available online as well as on 78 NRC seva kendras of the district
As there are only four days left for the publication of Draft NRC, the ministry has come up with an online access option. The draft can be accessed online as this will be published on four government websites just after the publication of the draft.
Draft NRC to be published on Dec 31
The first draft NRC to be published by the end of this year and the ministry is also prepared to give an online access to it.
On December 31, the ministry will publish the updated part of National Register of Citizens (NRC) draft and this will immediately get published on the four government websites.
The four websites that will publish the Draft NRC includes-
In a review meeting held in his office on the progress in document re-verification and preparedness to publish the NRC, Angamuthu asked senior officials to “properly supervise” the entire preparation.
Along with this, a statement released by Kamrup (metro) administration said Angamuthu asked his officials to hold public awareness meetings on NRC publication at the “micro level” in their respective revenue circles, NRC seva kendras and at the police station level.
Giving away the information he said if names are not enlisted in the draft NRC, it “may be due to non-completion of office verification or some discrepancies”.
These “pending” names would be considered in the next phase. He asked his officials to make an alternative arrangement of space on government premises if there is insufficient space at NRC seva kendras for displaying the draft NRC.
The NRC office here said, “On the expiry of midnight of December 31” there will be “part publication of the draft NRC”. It said people who do not see their names in the draft NRC “should not have any apprehension as their verification is under progress and will be completed soon.”
“Final NRC will be published after disposal of all claims and objections,” he added.