Unhappy with NRC, BJP alleges ‘Conspiracy to keep Hindus out’

Guwahati: The Assan National Register of Citizens was released today and we must say it did not really go down well with the ruling saffron party as the state BJP lashed out claiming it’s a ‘conspiracy to keep Hindus out’.

Well now there seems some kind of transparency to the system since things did not come out as they were expected after the election results that made BJP a ruling party not only in the Centre but also in many majority states.

The final NRC left out many genuine citizens especially refugees who migrated from Bangladesh before 1971.  

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“The Names of many Indian citizens who migrated from Bangladesh as refugees prior to 1971 have not been included in the NRC because authorities refused to accept refugee certificates,” tweeted Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma who lashed out as soon as the final list was released.

“Many names got included because of manipulation of legacy data as alleged by many,” he added.

He previously said that he had no faith in the NRC and that he didn’t think it would help remove the so-called illegal immigrants.

The final list released on Saturday excluded over 19 lakh people who will now have to fight and prove their existence in the state for decades now.

As soon as the NRC was released, the saffron party has indicated that it will bring the citizenship amendment bill soon.

Speaking to NDTV news source, BJP MLA Silditya Dev alleged that the NRC was part of a “conspiracy to keep Hindus out and help Muslims” and that the software was bugged.

Now that sounds quite familiar, did not we hear such things soon after the election results declared the saffron party has the emerging winner despite all the rumours, viral videos that showed the EVMs were bugged. Even many opposition party leaders had back then urged for a re-verification which was off course denied by the ruling party.

“People wanted error free NRC for protection of right but it didn’t happen… It seems a conspiracy to keep the Hindus out and give legitimacy to Muslim infiltrators,” Silditya Dev said.

“When the Assam accord happened it was estimated there are over one crore Bangladeshis, where have they gone now,” he questioned.

“The BJP will now protect the Hindus with the citizenship bill. We will bring it soon,” Mr Dev declared, threatening not only Assam Muslims whose names where included but also Muslims throughout the nation.

The Supreme Court, which has monitored the process of preparing the list, this month rejected the government’s request for more time.

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