Did identity and ideology play a bigger than expected role in determining the electoral fate of candidates? These documents are refugee registration certificate, citizenship certificate, government employment certificate, land and tenancy records, birth certificate and certified copies of pre-1971 electoral rolls from Tripura. There were many such instances, they said. However, this data, at best, is only an indicator of religion-wise exclusion, and in … Hindutva goons continue threatening Muslim fire-cracker shop owners in MP! These people had voted for them and now they are being excluded," he said. So, the Assam state BJP has demanded to implement it in the entire nation in the interest of the Hindustan [India]," Ranjeet Kumar Dass said. A total of 3.29 crore people had applied for it, of which 3.11 crore have made it to the final list. The BJP's Assam unit is increasingly worried over speculation that a large number of illegal foreigners' names are included in the final NRC list, while the Hindus have been excluded. Covid reinfection confirmed in US man, second bout was more severe, Is 2020 the worst year for civilisation? "Though we cannot directly term the documents without back-end as forged, but obviously these are doubtful," sources said. Assam's BJP government had recently claimed that more Hindus than Muslims were excluded from the draft NRC, and placed in the state assembly a district-wise list of exclusions, ignoring an apex court directive of secrecy. Interestingly, Nikhil Das possessed a number of forged documents including voter I-card, an Indian birth certificate and even a PAN card. And how they are promoting brahminical ideas of religion amongst an unsuspecting population by promising free education. We can never accept this NRC where illegal Bangladeshi Muslims have been included," Dilip Kumar Paul said. Our BJP's stand is that Hindus can never be foreigners. Around 95-96 per cent illegal Bangladeshi Muslims have featured in the list. But their names have not been listed. "...they have either forged the Certificate of Registration or the voter list for enjoying the privilege of being Indian citizen which have come to surface before me on trial," the Tribunal had said in its order. "We have seen that a large number of Indian citizens name have not been listed in this NRC list. They said multiple people are using identical legacy data contained in the NRC published in 1951 which had the names of bonafide Assam residents or electoral rolls prepared uptil March 1971 to back their claim to Indian citizenship. Is the demand for a uniform civil code a cry for a just share for all Indian women or a hegemonising stick to beat the minorities with? Guwahati: With the hugely contentious NRC exposing communal faultlines in Assam, it has emerged that more Hindus than Muslims forged documents to find their way into the National Register of Citizens, sources with close knowledge of the exercise said on Sunday. "The BJP has failed the entire exercise. "Around Rs 1,300 crore was utilised in the entire process and we want an error-free, foreigners free NRC but it looks like as 'dug up a mountain, out came a mouse'. The exercise of updating the NRC, unique to Assam, is being conducted under the supervision of the Supreme Court. A spate of provocative speeches, that amount to hate speech in law and should be prosecuted allowed blood letting to spill on the streets of north east Delhi in February-March 2020. While delivering its judgement in the case of Nibaran Biswas alias Nibaran Mandal vs State of Assam in August 2017, a Foreigners' Tribunal in Morigaon had observed that many suspected illegal Hindu immigrants have settled in the state after 1971. The Assam BJP unit president said that they are unhappy with this NRC as many genuine Indian citizens' names were excluded from the list. NRC is a national phenomenon, but it has been started from Assam. But with so many doubtful Hindus being detected, it can be assumed that a huge number of such immigrants are also present in Assam," one of the sources said.