Mamata Banerjee To Protests Against NRC In Kolkata On Sept 12
Mamata Banerjee To Protests Against NRC In Kolkata On Sept 12

New Delhi: After the final list of National Register of Citizens (NRC), there is a situation of turmoil in the politics. About 19 lakh people are not named in this list. In such a situation, people are in danger of what to do. Meanwhile, politics has started regarding the NRC list. West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee has announced a protest against NRC. Mamta is going to march in Kolkata on 12 September.

Mamta Banerjee had reacted strongly to the exclusion of about 19 lakh people from the National Civil Register (NRC) in Assam. He said on Sunday that earlier I was not aware of the failure of NRC. As information is coming out, we are surprised to see that more than one lakh Gurkha people have been excluded from this list. The names of thousands of real Indians, including the CRPF and other jawans, have been excluded from the NRC.

Mamta Banerjee said that those who were left out of the final list of NRC include the family members of former President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed. Mamta said that the government should take care that those who are truly Indians should not be excluded from the NRC. All our real Indian brothers and sisters should be justice.

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