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Home Minister Amit Shah holds review meet on Assam NRC ahead of August 31 deadline

Zee News Tuesday, 20 August 2019
A major decision taken in the meeting was that Assam government would make all necessary arrangements to provide full opportunity of appeal to those whose names do not feature in the final NRC list.
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