New Delhi: More than 19 Lakh people excluded in the final list of NRC. There is also a large number of Hindus in it. This has created an uncomfortable situation for the ruling BJP. There is pressure on the government to do something for this. The government has made a plan for this. The government will unconditionally give citizenship of the country to Hindus who cannot enroll in the list. The government plans to pass this bill during the winter session of Parliament to be held in November.
In this case, 12 lakh Hindus and tribals who failed to enroll in NRC will get citizenship of the country unconditionally. The BJP and Modi government were earlier on the front foot on NRC. However, after the NRC was published, the party's troubles increased. In fact, out of the 19 lakh people who failed to register a name in the NRC, 1.2 million are Hindus.
A large number of them are also tribals, who are believed to be native to Assam. At first the party and the government were hopeful that a large number of people in the Muslim-majority state and districts bordering Bangladesh would not be able to enroll in the NRC. However, when the list was published, it was found that more people could not register in NRC in Hindubhul districts than in three such districts.
Let me tell you that Home Minister Amit Shah, during his two-day visit to Assam, had a detailed discussion with the state unit and the state government on the difficulties faced by NRC. It was decided that the party will help appeal to those who have joined the activist list. It is not easy for the government to pass this amendment bill.
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