Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, nothing will be hidden on NRC

Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said in an interview to Indian Express that proper legal procedure will be followed to implement NRC across the country

This includes talking to the states and getting their opinion on this subject.

He has said that "some facts" being collected for the National Population Register may or may not be used in the NRC.

Recently there have been protests in many states of the country regarding citizenship amendment law and NRC. Two states - West Bengal and Kerala have also made it clear that they will not initiate the process of NPR in their state as the data collected through it can be used in NRC.

Ravi Shankar Prasad said that whatever will be done in NRC will be done in public, nothing will be done in secret.

He also clarified that which documents will be valid for the proposed NRC in the whole country, it has not been decided yet.

Nagpur will not run Assam - Rahul Gandhi


Congress leader Rahul Gandhi held a rally in Guwahati, Assam on Saturday and attacked BJP and RSS.

According to the news published in the Asian Age, he targeted the RSS and said that the rule of "chaddharis" in Assam will not work.

According to the newspaper, Rahul Gandhi said, "We will not allow BJP and RSS to attack Assam's history, language, culture. Assam will not be run by Nagpur. Assam will not be run by the Chaddhawals of RSS. Assam will be run by the people of Assam."

He expressed concern that due to the policies of the Central Government and the State Government, there is a possibility that violence is happening again in Assam, Assam's peace should not be disturbed under any circumstances.

A day earlier, in a program organized in Delhi, Rahul Gandhi gave note-2 agreement to the Citizenship Amendment Act and said that its consequences could be more terrible than demonetisation.


Waqf board will help those whom the police caught


Delhi Waqf Board has created three helpdesks to help the people who have been caught by the police during the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the NRC.

According to a news published in The Statesman, the Waqf Board will help people caught by the police in Delhi and other states.

On the orders of Waqf Board Chairman Amanatullah Khan, these three helpdesks will be set up at Daryaganj, Okhla and Zafarabad.

The newspaper writes that Waqf board member Himal Akhtar has issued a statement saying that through these desks, the teams of lawyers will help the needy families in the country whose police have implicated them in false cases.

Cold wave in north india


According to a report published in The Hindu, the Meteorological Department has issued a warning that the entire north India is in the grip of cold wave.

According to the newspaper, mercury has fallen below two degrees in Delhi and adjoining states. There is dense fog in the area and the level of air pollution is also worrying.

According to the Meteorological Department, the weather will remain the same in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar on Sunday.

According to a news published in the Indian Express, there has been snowfall on Thursday and Saturday in the north eastern state of Nagaland.

Due to snowfall in the four districts of the state - Zunheboto, Kiphire, Twensang and Phek, white sheets have been laid.

Many people are posting pictures related to this on social media and are claiming that snow has fallen here for the first time in the last several decades.

The newspaper quoted Zunheboto district collector Peter Lichamo as saying that it is common for the temperature to reach 10–11 degrees in this area, but this time the mercury has reached 2-3 degrees.