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NRC: SC breather for indigenous

People of all walks of life have welcomed the Supreme Court exempting the indigenous people from legacy data for filing the NRC forms.
Talking to reporters many parties, organizations and individuals said that the latest ruling of the country’s apex court have made it easy to fill up the NRC forms without legacy data.
They further said that the extension of date for filing of NRC forms beyond July 31 is a great relief.

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