National Register of Citizens Bill: The main objective of NRC or National Register of Citizens Bill is to liberate India from illegal intruders living here. You should know that so far NRC Bill has been implemented only in the state of Assam. But after some time it will be implemented across the country.
Today in this post all the Doubt related to your NRC will be clear because today I have covered all the questions related to NRC in this post.
Following violent protests across the country over the NRC Bill, the Home Ministry has advised people to avoid rumors and said that people should not fall prey to misinformation. The Ministry of Home Affairs has also provided information about the citizenship bill in the form of questions and answers. Who explain many things about the Citizenship Bill.
What does NRC mean?
The full form of NRC is National Register of citizens. NRC is a type of register in which records of all legitimate citizens residing in the country will be kept. The NRC was launched in 2013 under the supervision of the Supreme Court in the state of Assam. And yet the NRC Bill has not been implemented in any state other than Assam.
What documents are required for NRC?
To prove a legitimate citizen of the country, you must have Refusee registeration, Aadhar card, Birth certificate, Insurance policy, Citizenship certificate, Passport or any certificate or Liscence issued by the government.
What if a person does not join NRC?
If a person does not join the NRC, he will be taken to the Detention Center. After this, the government will contact the countries where it is resident. If the government of other countries agrees, then such a person will be sent back to their country.
No, the two laws are different. The CAA has come into force in the country since passing parliament. Whereas the NRC rule and its implementation have to be decided. The NRC implemented in Assam is implemented under the orders and supervision of the Supreme Court.
Should Indian Muslims bother with CAA and NRC?
No Indian citizen who follows any religion needs to be troubled by this
Will the NRC be for Muslims only?
No, NRC has nothing to do with religion, it will be for all citizens of India. All citizens of the country will be registered in a single register.
What people will be included in NRC on religious grounds?
No, NRC is not allowed to be associated with religion, it cannot be applied on the basis of religion whenever applicable.
Will Muslims be asked for proof of their Indianness through NRC?
First of all, it is important to know that no initiative has yet been taken to implement NRC at the national level. No, it has not been officially announced and there are rules and laws for it, it is not that even if it applies in future, one has to ask for proof of their Indianness. One way the NRC can be compared to the Aadhaar card withdrawal process. To register in the citizenship register, any certificate or document has to be given. Like we are withdrawing Aadhaar card or voter card as we provide ID.
How citizenship is given under NRC, will this process be in the hands of the government?
Citizenship of any person will be determined under the Citizenship Rules 2019. This rule is based on the Citizenship Act, 1995. This rule is public. There are four ways to become a citizen of India: –
- By birth
- By descent
- On the basis of registration
- Depends on the land area
Whenever NRC comes into force, should parents also give birth details to prove Indian citizenship?
You will be sufficient to give information about your birth such as date, month and year. If you do not have birth information, you must provide this information about your parents. But it is not mandatory for any document to be relevant to the parent. Citizenship can be proved by submitting any documents related to date of birth and place of birth. However, it is not yet decided what documents will be implemented. It is possible to include water card, passport, Aadhaar, license, LC, birth certificate, land or house documents. This list will be long so that it does not bother people.
Will the NRC have a pedigree dating back to 1971?
No, no identity card or parent or paternal certificate is required for genealogy prior to 1971. It was implemented only on the basis of Assam and Supreme Court and Assam Convention. For the rest of the country, the NRC process will be different under the 2003 rules.
If proof of identity is easy, then why are 19 lakh people out of NRC in Assam?
The Assam problem cannot be linked to the entire country. Because there has been a long time infiltration problem. The protest lasted for 6 years. Due to which in 1985, the Rajiv Gandhi government had to sign a contract. Under this, March 25, 1971 was designated as the cut-off date for intruder identification. Which was the basis for implementing NRC in Assam.
Will NRC ask for very difficult and outdated documents?
Very common documents will be required to prove identity. Even if the NRC is implemented at the national level, the government will make rules that do not cause any trouble to anyone.
What if a person is illiterate and does not have any relevant documents?
In this case, the officer will be allowed to bring such a person to the witness. Other evidence will also be allowed. A prescribed procedure will be followed. There are a large number of people in India who have no home, are poor and are not educated, have no identity, what will happen to them? Such thinking is not appropriate in every way, such people also vote and take advantage of the schemes of the government.
Can transgender, atheist, tribal, dalit, women and landless people be excluded under NRC?
No, NRC does not affect the people of the above classes whenever it is applicable.
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