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Assam NRC: Here is Everything You'd Want to Know

Over 19 lakh people in Assam have been left facing statelessness after exclusion from the final National Register of Citizens (NRC) list, while 3.11 crore applicants were included in the roster. “A total of 3,11,21,004 persons found eligible for inclusion in final NRC, leaving out 19,06,657 persons, including those who did not submit their claims.

India | News18 | August 31, 2019, 12:53 pm
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 Here is everything you'd want to know about the Assam NRC. (Image: Network18 Creative)

Here is everything you'd want to know about the Assam NRC. (Image: Network18 Creative)

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 The exercise for changes in the National Register of Citizens was undertaken to identify illegal migrants and was meant to be a definitive list of Assam citizens. (Image: Network18 Creative)

The exercise for changes in the National Register of Citizens was undertaken to identify illegal migrants and was meant to be a definitive list of Assam citizens. (Image: Network18 Creative)

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 Over 41 lakh people were left out of the NRC draft list published in 2018. The final list looks to give them another chance. (Image: Network18 Creative)

Over 41 lakh people were left out of the NRC draft list published in 2018. The final list looks to give them another chance. (Image: Network18 Creative)

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 The total number of Foreign Tribunals has been raised to 300 from the earlier 100. The 19 lakh rejected applicants may appeal to these tribunals within 120 days. (Image: Network18 Creative)

The total number of Foreign Tribunals has been raised to 300 from the earlier 100. The 19 lakh rejected applicants may appeal to these tribunals within 120 days. (Image: Network18 Creative)

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 The options before the 19 crore reject including appealing to the Foreigner Tribunals within 120 days after the announcement. The Tribunals are directed to dispose of the cases within six months. (Image: Network18 Creative)

The options before the 19 crore reject including appealing to the Foreigner Tribunals within 120 days after the announcement. The Tribunals are directed to dispose of the cases within six months. (Image: Network18 Creative)

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 Even if on appeal to the Foreigner Tribunals the rejects fail to make it, the consequences include punishment in detention centres that are currently being set up by the government. Deportation does not seem to be an option as the government does not have a deportation policy. (Image: Network18 Creative)

Even if on appeal to the Foreigner Tribunals the rejects fail to make it, the consequences include punishment in detention centres that are currently being set up by the government. Deportation does not seem to be an option as the government does not have a deportation policy. (Image: Network18 Creative)

  • First Published: August 31, 2019, 9:34 am

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