NRC process completed under Supreme Court supervision, fully constitutional

The Ministry of External Affairs said on Sunday that people who are outside the National Civil Register (NRC) are not devoid of nation and they will continue to exercise their rights as before till all the options under the law are exercised. The ministry said the exclusion from NRC has not affected the rights of a single person in Assam and they have not been denied any rights previously.
This reaction of the Ministry of External Affairs has come in the wake of comments from a section of the foreign media about some aspects of the final list of NRC. It is noteworthy that the final list of the much awaited NRC in Assam was released online on Saturday. 3,30,27,661 people had applied to join the NRC. Of these, 3,11,21,004 people have been included and 19,06,657 people have been excluded.
The ministry said, "The rights of a person residing in Assam will not be affected by the exclusion from NRC." Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said, "Those whose names are not in the final list will not be detained." And till all the options available under the law are considered, they will continue to get all the rights as before. "He said," This person excluded from the list Does not make 'nation devoid'. It does not legally make a person 'foreign'. They will not be deprived of any rights already obtained. '
NRC Constitutional and Transparent Procedure
The Ministry of External Affairs said on Sunday that the NRC (National Civil Register) is a constitutional, transparent and legal process. The Ministry of External Affairs rejected this report saying that Muslims were being targeted in NRC and this would prove to be a major crisis for Assam.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said that the Government of India had signed the Assam Accord in 1985. The goal of this agreement was to take care of the people of Assam. The goal of NRC is to bring this agreement into effect. He said that in the year 2013, the Supreme Court had directed the government to complete it.

He said that in 2015, the process of updating NRC started in Assam. He said that this is not a process run by the authorities. It is directly monitored by the Supreme Court. The government is working on this based on the direction of the courts. So far all the steps taken in this have been decided by the Supreme Court.