{Latest News} NRC In Karnataka – Documents List to Prove Citizenship

As we all know that the NRC ie National register has been updated in various States including Assam, West Bengal and now in Karnataka. The Chief Minister of Karnataka state has announced that the NRC will soon be updated in the state and under NRC In Karnataka, we will tell you about all the documents which are required to prove citizenship. This article will help you identify the vital information about the NRC i.e. National Registration Citizenship India and we will provide you all the dates on which the NRC will be updated for the Karnataka state.

NRC In Karnataka

The honorable Home Minister of Karnataka state Mr. Basavaraj Bommai on Thursday in a press conference announced that the process of collecting information on immigrants in the state will be starting very soon and the National Register of Citizens would be implemented after discussions with the central government concerned authorities. The NRC which is known as the National register of citizenship is the register in which all the details regarding the citizens who were there in India before the year 1971 is present. As announced by the government citizenship will only be provided to the citizens who were present in India before the year 1971.

Benefits Of NRC In Karnataka

There are many benefits of the NRC as announced by the government. Some of the benefits of the National Register of Citizenship is given below:-

  • First of all, the NRC will be updated in the upcoming year for all India and has been updated for the Assam state in the year 2018.
  • NRC will eliminate the people who are living illegally in our country with no resident proof.
  • It also will help the common citizens of the states to carry out their rights and duties judicial.
  • It will prevent many of the illegal citizens from enjoying the rights and carrying out illegal activities in the state.
  • As mentioned by the Home Minister of Karnataka state there are many people in the Karnataka state which are illegally living in the state and exploiting the common citizens of the state.

Eligibility To Get Registered Under NRC

The conditions through which you will be automatically registered under the National Register of India are given below:-

  • People whose names appear in the NRC list of 1951
  • People whose names appear in any of the Electoral Rolls up to March 24, 1971
  • Descendants of any of these people mentioned.
  • People who came from another region on or after January 1, 1966, but before March 25, 1971, and registered themselves with the Foreigners Registration Regional Officer (FRRO) and were declared as Indian citizens by the Foreigner Tribunal
  • D’ voters can apply for inclusion of their names in the updated NRC. Although, their names will be included only when the appropriate Foreigner Tribunal declares them as non-foreigners.
  • Persons who can provide any one of the documents issued up to midnight of March 24, 1971, as mentioned in the list of documents admissible for citizenship.

Documents Required for NRC in India

Consequences Of Not Getting Registered

Although there is no official statement from the government that what will happen to the people who are not able to register themselves under the NRC but these are some common consequences that can be availed:-

  • If you are not able to produce any of the above-given documents then you might get deported from the state in which you are currently living in.
  • Also, you can get imprisonment due to no issue of residency.
  • There can be further consequences of the detention also.

About NRC In Assam

We all are aware of the NRC update which took place in Assam state. In the Assam state, about 19 lakh citizens were excluded from the NRC list. Also, we also are not able to identify what will happen to those 19 lakh citizens apart from that that they will have to present in front of the foreign tribunals which were set up in Assam state by the Central Government. Although, some common consequences are stated by the central government but the consequences are not yet confirmed.

In the Words of Amit Shah

As announced by the Union Minister Mr. Amit Shah on 1st October in a rally in state Kolkata. He clarified the situation about the National Register of Citizenship and announced to all the people presented in the rally that no Hindu, Sikh, Jain or Buddhist will be thrown out of the country and even after they fail to produce proper documents to prove their citizenship. He further added that a bill will be passed by him called the Citizenship Amendment bill that will help them to stay in the country and no one will be thrown out by any means. However, after this speech was given by Mr. Amit Shah a lot of rages were seen coming out of the people through social media and other platforms.

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