NRC is not going to be relevant in Maharashtra, no drawback with NPR: Uddhav Thackeray

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray mentioned on Tuesday that his authorities is not going to permit NRC to be applied within the state. However, he additionally made it clear that he has no drawback with NPR and the method of NPR might be within the state.

Uddhav Thackeray mentioned that the National Population Register (NPR) train has not been blocked within the state. <! –

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                 However, he additionally mentioned that he himself will do a 'private investigation of the column' current in NPR. He reiterated that there ought to be no drawback in implementing it within the state.

He mentioned, 'CAA and NRC are totally different and NPR is totally different. If the CAA applies then nobody has to fret. NRC has not come and it’ll not be applied within the state. He mentioned that there might be NPR within the state as there may be nothing controversial about it, he mentioned, he is not going to permit the NRC to be applied.

Thackeray mentioned, 'If NRC is applied, it can have an effect on not solely Hindus or Muslims but in addition tribals. NPR is a census, and I don't assume anybody might be affected by it as a result of it occurs each 10 years. '

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