Assam: Declaring Indian citizenship twice, family members need to prove citizenship for the third time
She is now being asked to appear in court to prove her citizenship.
The notice was also sent to her family. That is, Kashi Nath Mandal, her 68-year-old husband, a day laborer, Govind, and a 40-year-old son.
The family is now said to be confused about this issue as this is the third notice they received. The family is a poor Hindu family in the village of Balijankakari, and they must now prove to be Indian, which is a real real citizen of the Indian Territory.
In 2016, the Sonitopur Court ruled that they were statutory citizens of the country when the court received the legal documents. Nakul Mandal, another son of Kashi Nath Mandal, said, “In 2018, my sister, who is married and lives in the Dalan district of Assam, was notified. After that, the court confirmed that they were Indian. After that, I decided they were Indian. My father, Kashi Nath, received the notice again in 2018. This was the second time he received such a notice. I We argued it in court and the ruling was in my father’s favor. Then my father said: He was tired of proving that he was Indian in his homeland. Tell the officials that you’re tired of it and don’t want to be legally harassed again. ”
Nacle disagrees, saying: Their names are on the voter list for 1966, 1971, and the next election. My grandfather, Subal Chandra Mandal, also has his name at the 1951 NRC. My dad and all my family have names in the updated NRC published in 2019. You have a valid Aadhaar and PAN document. What else do we need to call Indians? ”
According to him, police guards at the time were aware of the accuracy of the repeated notices and evidence sent to their families.