Permanent Residence Certificate Issue – Explained

Permanent Residence Certificate - Arunachal Pradesh Violence Explained upsc ias
Recently, violence occurred in Arunachal Pradesh due to the issue of Permanent Residence Certificate to 6 non-Arunachal Pradesh Scheduled Tribes (APSTs) residing in the Namsai and Changlang districts and to the Gorkhas living in Vijaynagar. The violence spread despite the state government assured that it had withdrawn the plan to give them PRC. What is…

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