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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Government Inquiry Commissions : How relevant, reliable and effective are they ?

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After every small or big incident government either wishfully or forced to constitute commissions of inquiry under various provisions and appoint ore or more members and provide them secretarial assistance to perform their functions. But hat we have seen all these years is that these commission delayed their report either because of bureaucratic delays like red tapism or may be some other pressures. We all the result of many such commission like commission on Anti Sikh Riots of 1984, commission on inquiry of S. C. Bose and presently the latest is Babri Masjid demolition inquiry commission known as Librehan Commission. We also see commission when new government comes into power and appoint a commission to look into the matter of previous government and one is aware of famous Jayalalitha and Karunanidhi controversy, Badal and Capt Amarinder singh and Mathur commission in Rajasthan and it seems its just a political gimmick or politics of levelling scores with outgoing government. ITs high time that commission inquiry act should be suitably amended and commission should complete their work in well defined time and all report should be made public and proper action should be taken on them and it should not be thrown into the trash can.

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