The update of the NRC was carried out in Assam to identify bona fide Indian citizens living in the state but the initiative had created a nationwide uproar.
The final NRC, a database of Indian citizens living in Assam which was updated under the supervision of the Supreme Court and published on August 31, 2019, excluded names of over 19 lakh people.
The NRC State Coordinator cited a few examples of anomalies committed during the updating of the register.
According to unverified reports, the affidavit contained the names of around 4,800 persons.
Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Debabrata Saikia said the NRC authorities in Assam had not obtained SC nod to issue the directive.
Though final NRC for Assam was made public in August 2019, it is yet to be notified by the Registrar General of India, leaving the historic and controversial document without any official validity.
The final list of the NRC, published on August 31 last year, had seen over 19 lakh out of the over 3.3 crore applicants being left out.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wants New Delhi to take necessary steps to restore rights of all Kashmiris and has expressed disappointment over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act.
Around 100 people are set to gather at Maurya Circle near Gandhi statue on Wednesday to protest against the CAA-NRC, demand the release people arrested by the Delhi police.
Don't hand over any papers, unless they are engaged in voter list updation, she said to the people of Kolkata.
Arundhati Roy also hit out at the BJP government saying 'maybe, one day they might land in a detention centre'.
The process of NRC update was started in Assam following a Supreme Court order in 2013 and since then, the apex court has closely monitored the entire process.
They fear the illegal Bangladeshi immigrants would now migrate to the two states to avoid action against them in Assam.
Aowal also asked all people living outside Assam and media not to run speculative stories and spread rumours regarding the NRC.
Sajid Ali Ahmed, who is the grandson of late Ekramuddin Ahmed, brother of Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, has been excluded with his father Giauddin Ahmed, mother Akima and brother Wajid.