Jurisprudential review of the countrywide civil register
Aishwarya, Aditya Karan
With the rising crisis of identity alongside the globalization of the dimension, it has become important to balance both Assam is a place of affluent lifestyle and ethnicity that the people of Assam are struggling to maintain. With the persevering flood of unlawful Bangladeshis, it ends up posing a danger to Assam's very human identity, which they desperately protect. Consequently, the Assam State National Citizens Register (NRC) is being revised. That once again called it a lot of confusion. Among the vulnerable human beings whose dignity is at stake is a hue and cry. On the other hand, a high quality mind-set appears closer to the same upgrade. This is seen as a way of preserving Assam's people's linguistic, national, cultural identity, as nicely as the changing demographics that are being sought to be restored. This paper, therefore, is an attempt to understand the entire NRC system and to examine its various aspects, including the NRC's jurisprudential dimension.