NRC: All parties, groups to stand together in Assam’s Kokrajhar

NRC final draft to be published on June 30: Kokrajhar DC assures of giving all kind of assistance to the public as per the guidelines of the government

KOKRAJHAR
A view of the meeting on NRC at Kokrajhar. Northeast Now

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During a meeting at Kokrajhar, organised by the district administration, all the political parties and civil society organisations agreed to stand together against any sort of problems during and after the final draft publication of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in the district.

The meeting, which was held in the conference hall of the Kokrajhar DC’s office, Kokrajhar , was chaired by the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Niranjan Baruah in presence of ADC Debeswar Bora, Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Kamal Kr Gupta, senior citizens Dr Mangalsing Hazowary, PC Jha, representatives from political and non-political parties including BJP, Congress, BPF, CPM (I), UPP (L), Bodo Sahitya Sabha, Gorkha Sahitya Sanmelan, Bongo Sahitya Sabha, Marowari Yova Manch, ABSU, AASU, BSU, ABMSU, AAMSU, AKRSU, AGSU, ABBYSF, ABNYSU and AHBCP.

During the meeting, Deputy Commissioner Baruah informed the gathering about the present status of the NRC update process in the district and the district administration’s preparedness for the final draft publication of the NRC on June 30.

The DC also answered every query of the members present in the meeting organised on the NRC update process and assured of giving all kind of assistance to the public as per the guidelines of the government.

As a district in-charge of the NRC, ADC Debeswar Bora called upon the people to cooperate with the district administration for smooth and timely completion of the same.

In his speech, ASP Kamal Kr Gupta also informed about the security arrangements from their side at the NRC Seva Kendras (NSKs) and to tackle any untoward incident during the final draft publication of the NRC as well as for present crisis over the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in the district.

During the meeting, the representatives from all the political parties and civil society organisations assured of extending support to the district administration and wished for a peaceful completion of ongoing NRC update process in the district without affecting the interest of the genuine citizens.

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Rinoy Basumatary
Rinoy Basumatary is Northeast Now Correspondent in Kokrajhar. He can be reached at: rinoymasscom@gmail.com