As Per Report Published by Indian Express. A top government official added that documents like voter ID, Aadhaar card and passport do not prove citizenship.
Top government authorities explained these Documents Aadhaar, elector ID card and Voter ID not proof of citizenship.
The authorities were asked for information about records needed to demonstrate citizenship for NRC.
The explanation comes a day after a “administration record” arose via online media, showing that elector IDs be treated as confirmation of citizenship.
The document, reportedly attributed to government sources, lists 13 Q & A to clear the air around CAA and possible countrywide NRC and is named “Here are the genuine realities on Citizenship Amendment Act”.
A top government official said that it was “premature” to discuss NRC yet added that reports like elector ID, Aadhaar and passport don’t demonstrate citizenship.
“These are either Travel Documents or to show residency in India,” the authority said. Afterward, the Union Home Ministry put out tweets pointed toward scattering questions about CAA.
The MHA representative said, “Citizenship of India might be demonstrated by giving any document identifying with the date of birth or place of birth or both. Such a rundown is probably going to incorporate a great deal of normal document to guarantee that no resident is unduly irritated or put to bother.”
Another tweet said local proofs supported by Members of community or to produce witness will be allowed in case of illiterate citizens not having any documents.
Tweet Said, A well laid out procedure will be followed.
Earlier, the government official said the Home Ministry in consultation with the Law Ministry is preparing the rules for implementation of CAA.
“Indian Citizenship will not be get automatically. One has to prove there eligibility,” the official said.
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Asked about NRC, the Official Replied : “There is no intention to throw people out. People over-worried. Law has sufficient safeguards.”
He added that the law provides for a national identity card under Section 14A of the Act.
‘States can’t Stop NPR, CAA, NRC’ – Aadhaar card not enough
Centre said the states can’t refuse NPR. A top government official said it was beyond the control of states to stop implementation of CAA, NRC or NPR.
He also pointed out that NPR was also out of the ambit of the states.
On implementation of CAA, the official said there is a provision for notifying a separate authority. “Earlier, Power was delegated to collector, but they will now look afresh… A central government official is likely to be notified,” an official said.