Full list of NRC will be available online from September 14
Conrad K. Sangma in the assembly said there were strong concerns that the neighbouring states especially Meghalaya would have to bear the fall out on the release of final NRC.
NRC directorate in an announcement stated, “Whereas the final NRC publication on August 31 consisted only of supplementary lists, queries are being received from the public about publication of results of all members of a family irrespective of their involvement in the claims and objections process. The results for the complete family will be available for display online from September 14. This will be available only online.”
The directorate added, “Queries are also received from public about issues of certified copies of rejection from final NRC. The public is aware that the hearings have been held at various venues away from their designated NRC seva Kendras. The process of collection of the orders passed by the NRC officers is being carried out to enable early availability of the same to the public to file appeals. Time frame for this process will be announced shortly.”
The final list of NRC was published leaving around 19,06,657 people and after getting certified copies of rejection these people may be able move foreigners tribunal for further claim.
Sangma in the assembly said there were strong concerns that the neighbouring states especially Meghalaya would have to bear the fall out on the release of final NRC.
“In fact after the publication of the draft NRC on July 30, 2018 the then Deputy Inspector General of Police (CID), was appointed as Nodal Officer for dealing with matters relating to impact and likely fallout of the ongoing updation of NRC in Assam and infiltration arising there from into areas of Meghalaya Districts. The Nodal Officer co-ordinating with all district Superintendents of Police to monitor the situation closely on a daily basis and to collate data in terms of existing check gate of infiltration, new check gate formed in the district, location of new check gate and number of persons being pushed back along with the details on a daily basis”, the chief minister said.
He added that Deputy Inspector General of Police (Security), Meghalaya, Shillong has been appointed as Chief Nodal Officer in matter relating to NRC. The Government has alerted all field units to maintain strict vigil on 24 hour basis. Instructions were issued to conduct checking comprehensively and not to allow anyone coming from Assam without sufficient proof of documents. The check posts/ check gates at the key entry points bordering with Assam have been posted with adequate man power.
He added that District Superintendents of Police and Infiltration Special Squads are instructed to liaise with the local headman and to activate Village Defence Party in all villages with instruction to provide information of any attempt of infiltration of illegal immigrants in their villages and if there are any unknown individual coming into the village.
He added, “Infiltration Special Squad present in all districts has been directed to conduct enumeration of villages and submit an enumeration report every month as a precautionary step in detecting infiltrators. All District Superintendents of Police has been directed to provide a contact number of a responsible officer posted in the district who shall liaise with the NGOs in sharing information in cases of infiltration of outsiders. All District Superintendents of Police have been directed to depute (one) Gazetted Officer from each district to monitor and supervise the daily activities of the above check points”.
He added that each District has a Special Police Squad of Infiltration Branch to regularly conduct anti infiltration drives in the districts in collaboration with the District Magistrates, Labour Department and District Police. "The Government is concerned with the issue and exhorts all line Department and Civil society to assist in our endeavour to tackle the situation", the chief minister added.