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Bihar Assembly on Tuesday approved resolution unanimously stating there is no requirement of NRC in the state.

Bihar Assembly also passed unanimous resolution on conducting NPR in the state according to 2010 format.

The Bihar Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution to not implement the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in the state. The Assembly also passed a resolution to implement the National Population Register (NPR) but in its 2010 form, with an amendment.

"The Bihar government has written to the Centre seeking the omission of 'contentious clauses' from the NPR forms," said Chief Minister Kumar in the state assembly.

Speaking further in the Assembly, Chief Minister Kumar said: "I myself do not know the date of birth of my mother. In no case should NRC be implemented in the state. Whatever issues the state assembly has discussed will be sent to the Central government."

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