Assam Accord's cut-off date (24th March 1971 midnight) cannot be applicable to Gorkhas, because they are 'son of the Soil'," Chetry demanded.Chetry said that Gorkhas should be included in the NRC updating process like other indigenous communities in the state without any discrimination.Please enter a nickname in the box below (if available) and click the Chat Now button.
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Recently NRC state coordinator Prateek Hajela clarified that "Original Inhabitant" is not a special status so far as updating NRC is concerned and it doesn't give any preferential treatment to an NRC applicant."As the law provides for Original Inhabitants to be included in NRC, this provision is being implemented to ensure that no original inhabitant is deprived of or excluded from NRC due to unavailability of document," Hajela said.
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