The mammoth exercise of printing the draft copy of NRC has started as three sets of 20 lakh pages will be printed and kept in the NRC Seva Kendras (NSK) on the morning of July 30.
After more than three years of hard work by 50,000 people, the stage is finally set for the publication of the complete draft of the National Register of Citizens (NRC). Adequate opportunities will be given to those whose names are not included in the draft to file claims and objections.
The countdown for the publication of the complete draft has started, all efforts are made to ensure that the people get adequate opportunities to check their names in the draft. The final draft of the NRC would be available online, while, pre-registered and on demand SMS services would also be available for the people.
The hard copies of the draft NRC would also be available in all the 2500 NRC Seva Kendras spread all over the State during the morning hours of July 30.