The saffron party this time had set up more than 10,000 stalls outside puja pandals to display books on its ideology and making people aware of the NRC and the CAB.
An umbrella organisation of major civil society and student associations met Shah and submitted a memorandum demanding that the Bill should not be legislated.
Various organisations in the Northeast stand opposed to the Bill as it threatens the land, language and culture of the indigenous communities.
Since 1994 she had been staying in the country on long-term visa, and granted Indian citizenship early this week, according to an official.
They took out a protest march in Kohima and submitted a memorandum to CM Neiphiu Rio urging him to raise the issue with the Centre.
At a meeting with office bearers, MPs and MLAs of the state, Shah also told them to refrain from making any off-the-cuff remarks on the National Register of Citizens.
Taking to Twitter, Owaisi said, “According to the HM, the only people who must fear the NRC are Muslims.
NEFIP general secretary Robertjune Kharjahrin also slammed political parties for allegedly misleading the people on the Bill.
It is common knowledge that AIMIM holds “durbars” at it party headquarters Darrusalam for those who wish to approach its MLAs or MPs.
He also said that the National Register of Citizens (NRC) would be updated again.
The Bharatiya Gorkha Parisangha had organised a week-long tour across Assam to meet the victims of the community who were not included in the NRC.
The survey has been compiled by Foundation for India and Indian Diaspora Studies USA and was conducted ahead of PM Modi's address to a crowd of 50,000 Indian-Americans in Houston.
In 2016, there were an estimated 2.3 million non-immigrant residents who are mainly workers, students, exchange visitors, and diplomats and other representatives.
Mustafa also compared the Foreigners Tribunals to 'Kangaroo courts', claiming that they were not independent of the government.
Union Minister made the statement after the chief ministers of Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram had expressed concern on the Bill.