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New Delhi: Going hard and fast against the last rundown of National Register of Citizens, West Bengal boss clergyman Mamata Banerjee on Thursday will lead dissent walk in Kolkata. 

More than 19 lakh candidates neglected to make it to the last NRC list, gazing at an unsure future. A sum of 3,30,27,661 individuals had connected to be incorporated into the NRC. Of them, 3,11,21,004 have been incorporated into the archive and 19,06,657 avoided, an announcement from the NRC State Coordinator's office had said.

Calling the updated list a 'fiasco', Banerjee had earlier said, "My heart goes out to all those, especially the large number of Bengali speaking brothers and sisters, who are made to suffer because of this botched-up process."

On Tuesday, Union Minister Smriti Irani had hit out at the CM for her opposition to the NRC, saying that the BJP-led government at the Centre is committed to protecting the rights of each and every citizen of the country. The illegal infiltrators will be dealt with as per law, she asserted.

"No Indian will be left out... we are dedicated towards protecting the rights of the citizens of the country," the union minister said on NRC. Criticising Banerjee for her opposition to the NRC, Irani said, it proves the dichotomy on her stand on illegal immigrants. The chief minister's opposition to policies of the central government are well known to the people, she said.

Banerjee has been a vocal pundit of the NRC and has more than once scrutinized the Narendra Modi government's rationale behind the move. The West Bengal government additionally as of late passed a goals in the gathering, conveying a solid message to the BJP that her gathering will go hard and fast to contradict it.
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