Finally the process to update the National Register of Citizens, 1951 begins across the state on Friday. Altogether 81 NRC seva kendras are functioning in Jorhat to cover the entire population in the districts.
Each of the centres are being headed by a gazetted officer who is monitoring the computer and data entry operators.
Officials deployed in this task have started distributing the forms from door-to-door which are also available in the kendras apart from the website.
The authorities have asked the gaon burahs and gaon panchayat secretaries to help the villagers to ensure that all genuine citizens are enlisted in the NRC.
The family members are filling up one form mentioning their names with photographs and all necessary documents needed to be submitted as prescribed in the form.
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Guwahati: After months of will-it-won’t-it, the state election commission on Wednesday announced the schedule for the Guwahati Municipal Corporation. The poll for the state’s largest urban local body will take place on April 19 covering 60 wards.
According to official information, 7,96,829 voters will exercise their franchise at 789 booths from 7-30 in the morning till 5.30 in the afternoon. The authorities have announced the notification where the model code of conduct has come into force. Counting will take place on April 21.
Guwahati: Congress candidate Ripun Bora along with BJP, UPPL Pabitra Margherita and Rwngwra Narzary have filed nomination papers for the upcoming Rajya Sabha election for 2 seats slated for March 31.
Bora, the incumbent elder, filed his nomination papers accompanied by 43 Opposition MLAs in the morning while Chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma was present when Margerita and Narzary filed their nomination papers before the returning officer on Monday.
The BJP is sure of smooth sailing in one seat (Margherita) while cross voting might hamper the prospect of Ripun Bora much to the benefit of the UPPL candidate. The polling will take place on March 31. The results are expected on the...
Kokrajhar: Rangaura Narzary will contest the Rajya Sabha polls slated for March 31. Narzary will receive support as UPPL, the ruling coalition allies for the second seat, while BJP has sealed the fate of the first seat with Pabitra Margherita as the candidate.
Narzary, the UPPL candidate, is getting support from BJP, AGP and BPF against Ripun Bora of Congress who is expecting support from the Opposition parties.
New Delhi: Congress has named Ripun Bora as the party candidate for the upcoming Rajya Sabha poll slated for March 31.
Bora, the incumbent, will be the candidate for the second seat who is expecting support from Congress, AIUDF, CPI and others.
The ruling party has already named Pabitra Margherita as the candidate for the first seat and skipped the name for the second seat since it lacks numbers.
Earlier BJP leaders claimed to have been preparing to name candidates for both seats. Congress also had a few rounds of hectic confabulation with AIUDF leadership.
The terms of Ripun Bora and Renee Narah will expire on April 2.
New Delhi: The BJP's central leadership has named Pabitra Margherita as the party candidate in the Rajya Sabha elections slated for March 31.
The party issued a list on Friday where the ruling party has not named anybody for the second seat.
The ruling coalition lacks the numbers to get yet another candidate to get elected smoothly.
Only a united opposition has the chance for smooth sailing in it. Opposition parties are having hectic confabulation to ensure their candidate, while Ripun Borah is said to be a strong contender. Bora and his party are in touch with AIUDF.
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Present: Sri. B. Baruah, AJS, SDJM 1, Kamrup (M) Dated: 05.03.2022
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Guwahati: The Election Commission has announced the schedule for the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls for 2 seats. Polling will take place on March 31 from the morning and results will be announced towards the evening.
The ruling coalition has every chance of winning one of the two seats while the Opposition, if it remains united, will be able to win one seat.
Hectic confabulation has yet to take place in the opposition camp.
According to the information, Congress leadership is expected to talk to AIUDF in this regard on March 9.
The term for Ripun Bora and AIUDF will expire on April 2 this year.
Majuli: Political parties are giving last minute efforts in Majuli to woo the voters a day before the end of the heat and dust of electioneering for assembly by polls slated for March 7. Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma attended as many as 10 rallies in the river island urging the voters of the largest river island to support party candidate Bhuban Gam.
The opposition Congress, AJP and Raijor Dal are equally escalating campaign with Chittranjan Basumatary as candidates. Congress state president Bhupen Bora, AJP president Lurinjoti Gogoi and Sivasagar MLA Akhil Gogoi have been holding joint rallies urging the people to beat BJP.
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The incident took place in the morning as the man was trying to cross the National Highway defying the movement of the presidential cavalcade loaded with heavyweights.
A pall of gloom descended into the entire area following the death of a worker who was identified as Ravidas.