Second Draft fixed July 2 The final draft of Assam’s National Register of Citizens (NRC)may be Earlier the apex court had fixed July 2 as the next date of hearing of the NRC case. However following the first wave of flood since June 13 last which affected 5 lakh people in seven districts and resulting in the death of 25 people, NRC directorate moved Supreme Court seeking more time for publication of draft NRC.

Abhijeet Sharma of the Assam Public Works (APW), petitioner in the NRC case in the Supreme Court said that apex court will take up the case on July 2. “Presently the court is on vacation, we will have to wait till July 2 to know what the court has to say.”
2nd Draft NRC

NRC) will not be released on June 30 as scheduled, due to the heavy floods in the Barak Valley, NRC state coordinator Prateek Hajela said here today.

He added that a petition was filed in the Supreme Court last week, seeking more time to prepare the draft and the apex court had fixed the date of hearing on July 2. The NRC is being updated under the Supreme Court’s supervision.

It would not be possible to publish the draft on the scheduled date of 30 June due to the flood situation in Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi districts in the Barak Valley, parts of Karbi Anglong and Hojai, Hajela said.

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The Supreme Court had directed the directorate to complete the process by June 30, including the disposal of claims and objections. However, the authorities had pleaded that they could only publish the complete draft by then, after which claims and objections would be taken up, and the final list drawn up.

The process of updating the NRC under the supervision of the Supreme Court had started in September 2015.

The first draft of the updated NRC was published on December 31, 2017, which included the names of 1.90 crore people out of 3.29 crore applicants. Work has since been on to verify the remaining names.

The apex court is monitoring the exercise that aims at to strike down the names of illegal immigrants off the list of voters in the crucial border state that acts as the gateway to the Northeast. The first wave of floods has affected about half a million residents in seven districts of Assam, resulting in 31 deaths so far. The coordinator of the NRC, Mr Prateek Hajela, said that the floods has affected work and the publication timelines.

 final draft of the NRC

The ongoing process of updating the NRC is a major contentious issue in Assam where large-scale immigration from Bangladesh has been the major area of concern for the state’s ethnic population, which believes that the “outsiders” have been dipping into their resources.

The Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and the All-Assam Students’ Union (AASU) led a six-year-long agitation demanding the identification and deportation of illegal immigrants, which ended in 1985 with the signing of the Assam Accord between leaders of the movement and the Centre. The issue had also been a key campaign plank for the BJP ahead of the 2016 assembly election.

However, minorities in the state fear that the exercise will target them in the name of identification and deportation of foreigners in the state. The security circle is also worried about the fall out fearing unrest and chaos after the publication of the final draft of the NRC. The Assam government has also sought the deployment of additional forces in the state before the publication of the final draft of the NRC.

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