NRC Assam: False complaints galore

NRC Assam: False complaints galore

All round protests have erupted in lower Assam, many spontaneousand many organized as hundreds of thousands of false claims have been noticedin the NRC's latest stage of verification.

A cornered All Assam Minority Students Union(AAMSU) ismoving to Supreme court tomorrow seeking direction on the 2 lakh falseobjections filed on the last day of the process of objections.

Most of these complaints were or chested by variousorganisations and they were in bulk and the official complainant do not evenknow against whom the complaints have been done.

The needle of suspicion is on the AASU and ABSU whoallegedly in bulk submitted the complaints with no intention of following itup.

Altogether 2 lakh families are now in move to all corner ofAssam as the rules were relaxed so that from anywhere the complaints could belodged against anyone of any place.

As a result there is huge movement of people only to find inthe NRC seva Kebdras that complaints are bogus, false and in most cases therewere no complainants present.

"This is done only with the aim of harassing people" saidAzizur Rahman, adviser of the AAMSU.

The NRC official are also angry and harassed. 'Not only we arecompletely hard pressed with limited resources but these complaints arecompletely bogus. In my centres there are complaints against people whosetitles are Kalita" said one LRCR of Maligaon area of the Guwahati city.

"The whole attempt is to derail the NRC so that it isstopped and the business  and politics inthe name of foreigner continues unabated" said Mr Shahjahan Talukdar of theBrahmaputra Valley Society, who have organized a protest at Guwahati citytoday.

Meanwhile the NRC authorities are tightlipped. Most of thesefalse complaints were orchestrated by AASU who are now shying away from thenational responsibilities of going to the NSF and arguing with documents inidentifying the Bangladeshis.

"I just want to know from the AASU, whether they areinterested to strike off the Bangladeshi or just to show the bloated figure ofobjections" said Mr Rahman.  He is nowflying in to New Delhi for the Supreme Court case of tomorrow.

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