'No Documents Needed For NPR': Amit Shah In Rajya Sabha
Speaking in the Rajya Sabha on Thursday, Union home minister Amit Shah, in a significant clarification in the parliament, said that "no document is required for the National Population Register (NPR)"."If one doesn't want to give certain information, no questions will be asked regarding that. There will be no doubtful citizen marking," Shah said in reply to Congress Party leader Kapil Sibal's question on what happens when CAA is coupled with NPR."Earlier also under the NPR no document was asked for and so will be the case this time as well," Amit Shah said.
"Those who don't have information to produce, for that we have clarified through a press release. Whatever information people want to give, they are free to submit," Amit Shah said.
"I clearly once again say, under the NPR, no document will be asked for. You don't have to provide any information you don't possess. Lastly, nobody will be marked 'doubtful'. Nobody needs to be scared of the process of the NPR in this country," Shah said.