New Delhi: Supreme Court has requested the State Government to complete the entire procedure of claims and objections in NRC before the final draft release of the National Register of Citizens. Assam NRC hearing will be conducted at the Supreme Court today.
As per the order passed by the Supreme Court on 8th May, the Apex Court has requested the state government to publish the final National Register of Citizens draft on 31st July 2019.
NRC hearing at Supreme Court today
The State National Register of Citizens Coordinator Prateek Hajela is also looking into the matter of claims and objections of which few have also been notified to be false.
The State National Register of Citizens Coordinator has informed the Supreme court about the absence of claims and objections of more than 2 lakhs people in the National Register of Citizens draft.
NRC hearing at Supreme Court: All procedures on claims and objections should be complete by 31st July, 2019.
In a special bench created by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, the panel passes on an order to the state government to carry on the National Register of Citizens works per the rules and regulations of the Supreme Court as well as complete the entire claims and objections procedures in a fair manner. The special bench created by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi consists of two judges who released the hearing on National Register of Citizens.
AASU adviser Samujjal Bhattacharya has raised issues of security of people going to NRC Seva Kendra to file their claims and objections, as many have complained threats and attacks from unidentified miscreants, who are trying to create hurdles in the entire National Register of Citizens process. The student organisation has specially requested the Supreme Court to provide security to the people going to NRC Seva Kendra.