Ziauddin Ali Ahmed is one of 40.07 lakh individuals who have been left out of the NRC list published in July 2018. The farmer at the Kamrup district that is rural of Assam appears to be the nephew of the president. The dad Ehtramuddin Ali Ahmed of ziauddin was the younger brother of Fakhruddin. Their dad Zalnur Ali Ahmed hailed as a military colonel and was respected in all Assam.
Unlike many NRC applicants that are anticipating discovering their names at the last list anticipated to be published on August 31, Ziauddin has lost hopes.
His son Sajid Ali Ahmed stated a program had registered presenting their situation, but that may not find fruition. When the initial record was prepared, Ziauddin’s household couldn’t apply since they had been not able to furnish all of the files needed to establish their lineage.
To be sure one’s title is featured at the NRC record, an individual needs to demonstrate that they entered India earlier March 24, 1971. Ziauddin, nevertheless, couldn’t find his name or his dad’s from the digitised archives of both of those records, which have been supplied by NRC government to assist individuals establish their bloodline.
Among other areas, Ziauddin went into the one in Golaghat, in which his dad was born, but was not able to locate their titles in the writings there also.
The family claimed they didn’t get any assistance from authorities in the aid centers although the NRC site lacked all officials to”help the general public in hunting Legacy Data, issuing of Legacy Data Code, also in receipt of NRC Program forms”.
There are additional files which could be made for NRC record, which may be anything from official to court documents which would help determine the fact they had ancestors in India before 1971. Now, Ziauddin owned land records that had the title of his dad, but he maintained it was already past deadline once he attempted submitting those.
The NRC officials also have asked the family. A week following the last record is published, they might need to pay a visit to the circle workplace, in which they’ll be told what measures they could take to assist their case.