Cabinet panel gets sixth extension
JUSTICE SAGHEER REPORT
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 17: Jammu and Kashmir government Thursday accorded six months extension to the Cabinet Sub Committee (CSC), constituted to look into the recommendations of Justice Sagheer led Working Group on Centre-State Relations.
CSCís last term had expired on March 31, 2012, this is the sixth extension to the Sub Committee headed by Finance Minister Abdul Rahim Rather. ďIn continuation of Government Order No. 92-GAD of 2012 dated 19.01.2012, sanction is hereby accorded to the extension in the term of Cabinet Sub-committee, constituted vide Government Order No. 1148-GAD of 2010 dated: 11.10.2010 read with Government Order No. 1391-GAD of 2010 dated 03.12.2010 for examining the recommendations made in the Report of Working Group-V and finalization of the recommendations/report by the Cabinet Sub- Committee, upto 30.09.2012Ē, the order issued by the General Administrative Department reads.
Sources said that considering its failure to ink a final report in the backdrop of persistent disagreement among the members, the CSC had sought six month extension against the usual three month time.
The Sub-Committee had earlier also discussed the recommendations in its meetings held on January 28, 2011, June 1st, 2011, August 8, 2011, December 27, 2011, February 17, 2012, and March 27, 2012, but during all these meeting consensus eluded the members.
The Sub Committee comprises of senior ministers from the coalition alliance - National Conference and Congress. It was constituted after Congress expressed reservations about some of the recommendations made by the Working Group.
Minister for Tourism Nawang Rigzin Jora, Minister for PHE Taj Mohi-Ud-Din and Minister for Health Sham Lal Sharma were represent Congress in the Committee, while Minister for Finance Abdul Rahim Rather, Minister for Rural Development Ali Muhammad Sagar, Minister for Industries S S Salathia, and Minister for CAPD Qamar Ali Akhoon were from National Conference.
Justice Sagheer led Working Group was constituted by the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, to address various dimensions of Centre-State relations. The WG presented its report to Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on December 23, 2009.
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