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*NRC* Claims/Objections Form 2018 : Important Announcement

Government of India has issued the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for dealing with Claims and Objections after publication of draft NRC in Assam in accordance with Clause 6 of the schedule appended to the Rule 4A of the Citizenship Rules, 2003. The SOP can be viewed at the NRC Assam website (nrcassam.nic.in).

The Standard Operating Procedure on Claims and Objections provides for special dispensation for citizens of India who originate from other states in India and orphans/destitutes. Special dispensation for Indian Citizens cover those who originate from other states and do not have origin in Specified Territory (Bangladesh) and may have moved to Assam anytime whether before or after 24th March, 1971. Further, statury provisions under Clause 3(3) of the Schedule to The Citizenship (Registration of Citizens and Issue of National Identity Cards) Rules, 2003 apply to Claimants who are originally inhabitants of the State of Assam. The SOP in aimed to ensure that no genuine Indian citizen in left out of the Final NRC.

In view of th above, the Claimants are requested to provide information whether they claim:

a)To be Indian Citizens originating from other states of India and not having origin in the Specified Territory i.e. Bangladesh. If yes, name of such state to be given.

b)To avail of any of the other special provisions envisaged under the SOP or existing statutory provisions and to provide information relevant for availing of such provisions.

Claimants are requested to provide the said information as at a) and b) above while answering Question 7 in Side D of the Claim Form. For those who have already submitted their Claim forms, the above information will have to be submitted additionally by visiting the designated NSKs.

Please Note: Submission of a Claim based on the above information does not entitle to inclusion in the Final NRC directly. Such eligibility will be subject to statutory provisions and the prescribed verification process. Any Claimant/Objector who knowingly furnishes any false information or particulars will be subjected to penalty under Section 17 of the Citizenship Act, 1955

Standard Operating Procedure For Claims and Objections: Click Here

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