NPR process will start from April 1, President's nomination will be first
NPR process will start from April 1, President's nomination will be first

New Delhi: The work of updating the National Population Register (NPR) is going to start on April 1. New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) will nominate President Ramnath Kovind as the first countryman of the region. On this day, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu and PM Narendra Modi will also be included in the list. While there is a rule to begin the process of NPR from the President, the Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner is intended to make it grand.

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The Vice-President and PM's residence will also be visited on the same day for the calculation. The residences of the three are under the jurisdiction of NDMC. For this reason, the Office of the Registrar General of India (ORGI) has sent letters seeking a convenient time from them. According to a Times of India report, an official has stated that 'ORGI expect to cover the three top authorities of the country on the first day of NPR nomination as per the availability.

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In Delhi, the President's nomination will be in the presence of the Union Home Minister, the Registrar General, the Census Commissioner and the Director of Census Operations. The same team will also nominate the Vice President and PM. Let us tell you that along with CAA -NRC these days, NPR is also strongly opposed, in such a situation it will be a big challenge for the government.

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