28, Oct 2019 | CJP Team
The Group was established to investigate into the processes and causes which contributed to “continued tensions and alienation in the areas of unrest and discontent”, such as wide-spread displacement, forest issues, insecure tenancies and other forms of exploitation, identify causes for low social and human development indicators, suggest measures to upgrade the levels of governance and strengthen public service delivery. It also included special measures to be
taken for strengthening the implementation of Panchayat Extension to Scheduled Area Act, 1996 (PESA).
The Report can be read here:
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