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Every member of the circle please vote on this poll. The Govt needs to know whether or not NRC will cause corruption problems. more  

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I had a hell of troubles to get my 1) UIDdAI ( Aadhar) rectified for particulars 2) Even on date I Have been issued with 2 Voter ID cards for the same assembly/parliament constituencies - both with grossly distorted address 3) misspelled Fathers Name( Middle Name). etc.
Reasons being most of the Govt. Servants are inept in their jobs, utter lack of dedication, not amenable to rectification of their own mistakes, utter lack of supervision/control of superiors, etc. Therefore, I have no faith in such functions.
NRC is extremely important, rather unavoidable in present circumstances. Any activity involving human actions cannot be absolutely corruption free. But that should not be a deterrent. I think the present government is capable enough to block most of those loopholes that can possibly lead to corruption. more  
NRC is the need of the hour,Ms Mittal
Subimal Dutt

On Wednesday, 29 January, 2020, 12:51:04 pm IST, Naina Mittal <> wrote: more  
It is said that Indians can extract oil from the sand. therefore, we should not be surprised if NRC is also made a source of earning some extra bucks by those expert in this line! more  
The list of documents to be clearly defined and after submission, an ack with details like the names of the persons who are assigned, employee number and Dept rubber seal is affixed. No other issues and or bribes possible more  
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