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People applied till last date eligible to make claims in NRC, says Official

Forms for claim, objection and correction will be made available at the NSKs and can be downloaded from the NRC website from August 10.


PTI 06 Aug 2018, 09:05 AM India
  • The objections can be submitted only at the NSKs covering the residence of a person and that will require grounds for objections, he said. (Image Credit: Pixabay)

People who submitted applications to prove their Indian citizenship till the last date of August 31, 2015, but were excluded in the final NRC draft are only eligible to file claims and objections, an official at the NRC Assam coordinator's office said today.

Those who have not applied till August 31, 2015, cannot apply between August 10 and September 28, fixed for filing claims and objections, the National Register of Citizens official told PTI.

A decision for those who could not submit their applications in 2015 will be taken according to the directive of the Supreme Court after the final NRC is published, he said.

The final NRC will be published only after disposal of all claims, objections, and corrections, and the date for its publication will be fixed by the Supreme Court.

Many eminent people like former chief minister Anwara Taimur and relatives of former president Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed had not submitted their applications within the stipulated time and consequently, their names are missing from the list, he had said.

The final NRC will retain names of only those persons born till the last date of submission of the applications.

The inclusion of any child born to the applicant after August 31, 2015, cannot be done through claims, he said.

Similarly, if an applicant died after application form is submitted and if eligible, their names will not be excluded from the final NRC, he said.

Claims and objections must be submitted to the Local Registrar of Citizen Registration (LRCR) at the NRC Seva Kendras and not online, but corrections can be made online.

Claims can be submitted only at the NSKs where the people had originally submitted their applications even if there has been a change of address after the submission of the form, the official said.

The claim can be submitted with additional documents or with the same documents submitted earlier.

The objections can be submitted only at the NSKs covering the residence of a person and that will require grounds for objections, he said.

Forms for claim, objection, and correction will be made available at the NSKs and can be downloaded from the NRC website from August 10.

There will be separate forms for claim, objection, and correction.

The final draft of the NRC was published on July 30 and included the names of 2.89 crore people out of 3.29 applicants with more than 40 lakh people being left out.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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