Five documents Prateek Hajela does not want for claiming inclusion in NRC
GUWAHATI: The State Coordinator for National Register of Citizens, Prateek Hajela on Tuesday submitted a report in the Supreme Court of India where he has suggested five documents that should not be allowed for claiming inclusion in the NRC.
The Bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Rohinton Nariman has now asked all stakeholders including Central and Assam government to respond to Hajela’s suggestions before October 30.
The next hearing is on November 1.
The five documents suggested by Hajela not to be used for claiming inclusion in the NRC are:
* Extract of NRC, 1951
* Extract/certified copy of Electoral Rolls up to the midnight of March 24, 1971 (midnight).
* Citizenship Certificate issued by competent authority (upto March 24, 1971 (midnight).
* Refugee registration certificate issued up to March 24, 1971 (midnight).
* Ration cards issued by a competent authority with official seal and signature up to March 24, 1971 (midnight).
(L) Ranjan Gogoi (R) Prateek Hajela