How to crack India’s indir code

A man with an indir is a type of citizen whose right to vote has been blocked by the state.

They are usually in their 20s and 30s, and are considered eligible for the National Election Commission (NEFCOM) and the Election Commission of India (ECI).

Indir is not a caste, they can own property and vote.

But if they are not a citizen of the state, they have to prove they are a citizen.

A new app, which will be available in several states in 2019, will help them do just that.

In 2017, an app called the “Indir Code” was launched to help people with indir-related problems.

It helps people register their indir status, get Aadhaar cards, and find their local elections officials.

India’s census has also revealed that a record number of people were indir in 2017.

According to the latest data from the Census, 6,862,049 people were identified as indir, or at least had a “C” in their caste or religion.

Indir were among the most vulnerable groups.

“A person who is a caste or a religion can only vote for their own caste, and the state can deny their vote to someone belonging to another caste or religious group,” said Sanjay Kapoor, founder and chairman of the Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Social Research.

“If you are a caste-member, then you have to do your best to make sure that you are not being discriminated against.”

India has an Indir-Caste Code, which says the state has to give the “full right of citizenship” to every Indian citizen.

In many states, that means the government must provide every citizen with “equal” access to the government.

In 2017, this was also the case in Uttar Pradesh, which has one of the highest numbers of indir.

As of 2019, India had 7,892,947 indir; they accounted for a record 5.9 percent of India’s population.

The app is the result of a collaboration between the Centre for Social Research and the Indira Gandhi Institute.

It is the first app to allow users to register their status and obtain Aadhaar cards.

This will help people who are not indir to get the Aadhaar cards that are required to vote.

It will also allow them to get their local electoral office’s help in getting their voting rights back.