AMCR
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National Register of Citizens

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What is NRC?

The NRC or the National Register of Citizens was first prepared in 1951, as part of the Census of India. Those whose names are found in the NRC are qualified as the citizens of India.

  • Their name appears in the NRC of 1951
  • Their name appears in any electoral rolls up to the midnight of 24th March, 1971
  • Their name appears in any document issued upto the midnight of 24th March, 1971, proving their presence in Assam on or before 24th March, 1971.

The Formation of AMCR

Formation

A two day convention, was held on the 11th and 12th of July, 2018 at Kolkata on the Assam 'D'-Voters issue. The event saw participation of more than 5000 people on the first day. A round table session attended by about 150 intellectuals, including senior advocates,

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Objectives

To support people declared 'D'-voters by providing legal aid and support.
2. To publish legal guides and booklets in Assamese and Bengali Language.
3. To provide better coordination between like minded

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Demands

1. Transfer all the cases to another state.
2. 'D'-listed voters should be given time for appealing in higher courts and should not be arrested.
3. Free legal assistance should be provided to the poor 'D'- Voters who are under detention.

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An appeal to Join

We Appeal to all like minded, Secular Individuals, Groups Organisation, Parties, Social Activist to join AMCR on Voluntary basis. We invite like minded intellectuals, concerned citizens and NGOs to come forward and join hands to help us achieve the objectives.



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Our Stand

a) D. Voter Declaration is illegal.

b) F.T. Decision is Unconstitutional.









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AN APPEAL FOR FUNDS

AN APPEAL FOR FUNDS

The task undertaken by the AMCR is huge and will require support from all quarters. We appeal to all citizens of India to come forward in support, in whatever way they can. A generous contribution by you will help us to provide legal aid and services to those displaced. Since the number of those displaced is high, the expenses will also be high. Those who are at the receiving end of this draconian exercise are ordinary citizens like us, whose basic human rights are being snatched away from them. Those directly affected are staring at an uncertain future, a future that holds no hope or succour. Please, come forward and contribute generously for your fellow citizens, who are on the brink of losing their right to a life of dignity.

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AMCR is Working in Coordination

  • All Bengal Minority Youth Federation Kolkata.
  • Assam Minority Students Union (AMSU).
  • Muslims Students Federation (MSF), Kerala.
  • Salamah Educational & Welfare Institute, Hyderabad
  • Amaret-Shariea, Assam
  • Jamat Islami Hind, Assam.
  • Students Islamic Organization of India (SIOI).
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Various Detainees' Stories

The members of the Mission sat together with the detainees inside the detention centre and listened to their version of the story.

About AMCR

The NRC or the National Register of Citizens was first prepared in 1951, as part of the Census of India. Those whose names are found in the NRC are qualified as the citizens of India.

Introduction

The modus operandi of the conduct of the NRC is highly suspect, because it does not provide any clear answers for those directly affected by it. It also seeks to write off the presence of actual citizens by lopsided rules. In the event of being declared a doubtful citizen, they have no legal recourse or a fair chance to defend themselves and prove their citizenship.

Our Location

  • amcrdesk@gmail.com
  • +91 97328 18688 / 70946 42024 / 63098 51563
  • www.amcr.in
  • B-41 H/6, Bright Street, Kolkata - 700017