The Assam minister also accused former NRC State Coordinator Prateek Hajela for preparing the “wrong NRC”. New Delhi, Oct 14: Around 10,000 names will be deleted from the final NRC in Assam as many "ineligible persons" and their descendants were included in the list, according to a … In Assam, the Supreme Court mandated and monitored exercise caused widespread disruption. The Bill was introduced in 17th Lok Sabha by the Minister of Home Affairs Amit Shah on 9 December 2019 and was passed on 10 December 2019, with 311 MPs voting in favour and 80 against the Bill. NRC was first introduced after the 1951 Census of India and Assam was the first in updating this NRC for including the names of the persons along with their descendants whose name was successfully registered in the NRC of 1951, or was found in any of the electoral rolls till the midnight of 24th March 1971. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines. Other than that, applicants also had the option to present documents such as refugee registration certificate, birth certificate, LIC policy, land and tenancy records, citizenship certificate,  passport,  government issued licence or certificate, bank/post office accounts, permanent residential certificate, government employment certificate, educational certificate and court records. A software application for submission of the reviewed results of such persons along with mechanism for uploading of the scanned freshly written speaking orders will be rolled out shortly, he added. “…as per the reports received from your end through Webform, some names of ineligible persons belonging to the categories of DF (declared foreigners)/DV (‘D’ voters)/PFT (pending in Foreigners Tribunals) along with their descendants have found entry to the NRC,” he said. At present, only Assam has such a register. We are exploring the possibility of filing a review petition.”. Frequently Asked Questions related to NRC Bill. Vijay Kedia’s next 2 multibagger bets are a play on the 4th basic necessity. The final NRC was released on August 31 last year, excluding the names of 19,06,657 persons. But on the other hand, they are keen to start a process to delete more names,” AAMSU advisor, Azizur Rahman, told The Indian Express. Though the final National Register of Citizens for Assam was made public in August last year, it is yet to be notified by the Registrar General of India, leaving the historic and controversial document without any official validity. NRC: Assam minority students union, Jamiat to challenge deletion order in SC The NRC process has hit a stonewall as rejection orders are yet to be issued to the 19 lakh excluded people — it will allow them to appeal against the exclusion in the Foreigners' Tribunals. ICSI CSEET November exam admit card released, here’s how to download, Wanted ULFA-I deputy commander-in-chief Drishti Rajkhowa surrenders, The scholarship scam: FIR in Gaya, arrests in Assam for duping minority students, Facebook removes ‘misinformation’ tag from Himanta video, Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Awards, Statutory provisions on reporting (sexual offenses), This website follows the DNPA’s code of conduct.