Announcement of Amit Shah in the Lok Sabha, says 'No document will be asked in NPR'
Announcement of Amit Shah in the Lok Sabha, says 'No document will be asked in NPR'

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has made it clear in the Lok Sabha that no papers will be sought in the NPR. Upgradation of National Population Register (NPR) in Madhya Pradesh will begin from May 1 amid nationwide protests against CAA and NRC. It will run along with the census of houses till 14 June. Both these works will be done as the first phase of Census 2021.

Amit Shah said that "Kapil Sibal is a very big advocate in the top court." I want to ask them to tell me what is the provision in CAA that could threaten the citizenship of Muslims. On this, Kapil Sibal got up in the middle and dismissed the fact that he has never said that CAA would take away the citizenship of Muslims. Other MPs also created a ruckus during the talks between Amit Shah and Kapil Sibal.

Amit Shah said that, as per the house listing, his calculations, the owner will be asked 31 questions. There is no question regarding pen number, property in its proforma, but which vehicle do you use for transportation? This will definitely be asked. Apart from this, information of institutional families to homeless / nomadic people will be recorded in NPR for the first time.

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