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Should I kill myself: Mother of two shocked as the names of daughters missing from the final NRC list

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Shortly after the National Register of Citizens (NRC) for Assam was published on Saturday, two daughter’s mother discovered that her two children’s names were not in the final document. Meena Hazarika, 45, was visibly upset with the authorities. Am I a member of Bangladesh? Do I now have to commit suicide? “My life has now come to an end,” Hazarika said as she continues to be confused about how to solve the problem.

Hazarika is surprised that her two daughters ‘ names, Barnali and Mithu, are missing from the list although she entirely complied with the authorities and submitted all the documents required for the procedure. She later discovered that her daughters ‘ names were missing from the list because of spelling errors. To Hazarika, the NRC was a double whammy, who spent a substantial amount of money on paperwork and traveling to the Seva Kendra.

The first list and second list had my name, but my daughters’ names were mentioned in the exclusion list. I am helpless, what to do. I am here from the times of the British regime. I have nothing to say, she said in an anguished tone.

Hazarika said the authorities are now asking her to wait till September 7 for rectification. However, she said that the entire process has left her with no money and that she wants to die.

She is not the only one, however, who is disappointed after the final NRC list has been released.

Yesterday’s final list of NRC for Assam excluded the names of more than 19 lakh people. Many people have been challenging the progress of the state and central government. However, for rectification of the question, all persons whose names are missing from the final list may appeal to the Foreigners ‘ Tribunals. It could be a long process taking into account the number of people missing from the list of their names.

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Jharkhand declares January 23 to Mark Netaji’s birthday as public holiday

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Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren declared on Tuesday that January 23 will be a public holiday in the state to mark the 123rd birthday of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, a late freedom fighter. Taking to the microblogging site, Soren said Jharkhand has been Bose’s ‘ Karam Bhoomi ‘ and his contribution to the struggle for freedom will never be forgotten.

“Chief Minister Hemant Soren has ordered to declare a public holiday on January 23 to mark the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose,” read a tweet in Hindi from Jharkhand Chief Minister’s Office (CMO).

“Jharkhand has also been the ‘Karam Bhoomi’ of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. His contribution to ensuring independence to India can never be forgotten. We all should take inspiration from his life. The youth should contribute to the state and country service by following the footsteps of Netaji,” Soren said

On December 2, the Government of India (GOI) de-classified all documents related to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Azad Hind Fauj and put them in the National Archives of India mentioned Minister of State (MoS) for Culture and Tourism, Prahlad Singh Patel in the Parliament. A press release from GOI’s Press Information Bureau reported that a total of 304 declassified documents and files had been transferred for permanent preservation to the National Archives of India.

303 of the 304 files have already been uploaded to the Netaji web portal, i.e. www.netajipapers.gov.in. India’s National Archives act as the Government of India’s custodian of declassified files and records. All these files are made public in accordance with Public Records Rules, 1997.

 

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What’s the deal with free Kashmir in Maharashtra? Why is it agitating Fadnavisji?

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It has been more than 6 months since Article 370 has been abolished from the constitution in regards to Jammu and Kashmir. But still even the basic rights are not been given to the citizens of J&K. None of the fundamental rights have been of any help as they are still restricted from living freely. In such a space with watchdogs all around, the state looks like a silent deplore.
In the recent protests for JNU at Gateway, Mehek Prabhu, Marathi Mumbaikar, acknowledge the plight of Kashmiris and stood with a placard “Free Kashmir”. This created a political havoc as opposition termed it as a sedition, to which Sena responded, ‘there cannot be a dirtier example of irresponsibility’.


Former CM Devendra Fadnavis alleged concern, as he asked, “How can such anti-national activity happen under your nose”, to Uddhav Thackery. The placard gained media attention; while conversing with media Ms. Prabhu said, if a Mumbaikar Marathi woman could understand Kashmir’s Pain. The Opposition feels this sedition. There can’t be a dirtier example of irresponsibility. With constant pushy comments from Devendra Fadnavis, Uddhav Thackrey responded saying, “we understand his pain, and he should apply balm on his wounds and stay quiet”.


The Supreme Court’s Verdict for Jammu and Kashmir for the removal of excessive amendments and scrapping the amendments from Article 370, has shaken the Modi Government. As they are answerable for keeping the state under curfew for more than 6 months even after abolishing Article 370 of the constitution.
With the abolishment of the law, the fundamental rights are now applicable to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir, where their basic rights are being illegally compromised. SC has ordered to start the internet services in the important areas within a weeks’ time and normalize the condition of the state to the soonest. There shall be an inquiry on the whole documentation of the rules imposed in J&K precisely after the abolishment of Article 370.

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What makes these CMs from Metropolis heroic?

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It’s been a month since the whole country, majorly the renowned universities of North have been terrorised for Students voicing their distress for basic rights. Universities like Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) have received the extensive atrocities on the students and the staff.
The terror attacks started off with a petrifying attack in AMU, students were succumbed to the Police brutality as they entered the campus without any valid warrant. Not a single student was spared from their audacious crime. It then flooded to Jamia; where the whole protest turned into a religious outrage. At present the commotion has become a humongous riot in JNU. This led to protests in various metro-cities for exhibiting solidarity for the affected Students.


Some of our Beloved CMs have stood in solidarity for the cause, protecting their citizen from any such voluptuous violence.
Mamta Banerjee, CM of West Bengal has been out on street with the students protesting. She even ensured safety for the students of AMU, Murshidabad. It was sourced that, she helped them evacuate the campus to their soonest before it could be attacked by the goons vehemently.

Read also : Mumbai pulls an all-nighter for Protest .

Uddhav Thackrey, CM of Maharashtra has come out in full support for his fellow citizens. With the rapidly expanding number of students protesting in Mumbai, he assured them safety through his tweet, “I want to assure the Youth of Maharashtra that I won’t let anything happen to them and they are completely safe. There will be serious repercussions if anyone tries to repeat what happened last night in the JNU campus in Maharashtra. –CM Uddhav Balasaheb Thackrey”.

Being political leaders and leading the state, they did voice the distress and came out to protect their citizens. It does take enormous guts to hold a Spine when your lead is under this kind of a rulling Government.

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