Does NRC Have Any Connection With NPR? Watch News Nation's Exclusive Interview With Yogendra Yadav (Photo Credit: PTI)
Government runs on official notifications not through speeches, Swaraj India leader Yogendra Yadav said in an exclusive interview with News Nation. While speaking to News Nation’s consulting editor Deepak Chaurasia, Yadav said that Home Minister should inculcate this into the rules that there will be no ‘D category’ in the NPR. Yogendra Yadav had earlier released a video where it said that in a few months’ time, census enumerators will start visiting houses to collect data. Along with regular census data, they will also ask for details like Aadhaar card number, driving licence details etc. After that, government officials will analyse that data secretly, and put D, which means doubtful, in front of the name of some people. This means they are doubtful citizens, and officials will mark this if people were not able to provide correct details like the birthplace of their parents, Aadhaar card etc, he alleges.
Yogendra Yadav says that after this, people with D with their name will start getting letters from the government, asking to prove their citizenship. He says that the government has not told us till now how to prove citizenship, and we only have the example of Assam where NRC process has been completed. In Assam, documents like Aadhaar Card, Ration Card, having the name in Voter List etc were not accepted as proofs of citizenship. He said that people of Assam were asked to bring proof where they were born. After this, he says that who can’t submit proofs, their cases will be sent to Foreigners Tribunal. This will be their last resort to prove their citizenship.
HERE ARE THE HIGHLIGHTS OF INTERVIEW:
CAA is for those states which are nearer to the borders: Yogendra Yadav.
There is no official notification yet that says that there will be no NRC in India: Yogendra Yadav
Government had said that it will implement NRC: Yogendra Yadav
The government runs on official notifications not on speeches: Yogendra Yadav.
Prime Minister lied when he said that there is no detension centers in India: Yogendra Yadav.
Amit Shah should write this on the rule that 'D' category will not be included in the NPR process.