From our Staff Correspondent
DIBRUGARH, April 8: The prelimiry work for upgradation of tiol Register of Citizens (NRC) has been continuing in the State under the direct control of country’s apex court. It is also pertinent that the task requires a huge volume of printing works.
The All Assam Printing Press Owner’s Association (AAPPOA), Dibrugarh District Committee, has urged upon the government to watch over the printing works of NRC so that it would be published in correct and set free from all corruption.
The general meeting of AAPPOA, convened by its district committee at the auditorium of the Xatriya Xangskritik Centre here on Tuesday, was presided over by AAPPOA vice-president Uttam Kumar Baruah. The meeting after a threadbare discussion adopted many resolutions, amongst others, to appeal to the Chief Election Commissioner, Election Commissioner and the Deputy Commissioner to allot all printing works of NRC among the registered members of the association. It also called upon all concerned authorities to keep a close watch during allotment of such printing works keeping its ture of sensitivity and flawless inclusion of genuine voters in NRC. “To uphold the future security of indigenous populace, the unregistered doubtful printers of the State should not be awarded with printing works of NRC,” said secretary of AAPPOA, Santanu Bhattacharjee. A 13-member new executive committee was also formed with Uttam Kumar Baruah and Santanu Bhattachajee as president and secretary respectively. The other members of the committee are Bhudev Phukan, Ramen Sengupta, Surendra Sarma, Thaneswar Bora , Jekon Bora as advisors, Pradip Das and Imran Hussain as vice-presidents, Price Konwar and Ashis Khemka as assistant secretaries and Ranjan Baruah as treasurer.