Bangalore, Mar 7 (UNI) Central Administrative Reforms Commission Chairman Veerappa Moily has informed that a report on Insurgency, Naxalism and Terrorism, which were plaguing the country, will be submitted to the Centre soon, with recommendations to tackle the problems.
Delivering a special address at the CII Karnataka Annual Members Day 2008, here today Mr Moily said the Commission had prepared two separate reports on 'Conflicts Resolution' relating to Naxalism, Insurgency and Terrorism, respectively and would be submitted to the Centre soon.
He said the Commission had dealt with naxalism and insurgency and tried to understand the root cause of the problems. ''Prima facie it appears that two problems, which we are facing now has a long history to evolve to the present dimension and the Commission tried to hit the basic issues, which were responsible for it.
Referring to the problems of naxalism and insurgency, witnessed in various parts of the country, Mr Moily said the problems, which were mainly of socio, economic and cultural in nature can be overcome by taking suitable measures, including negotiations.
On terrorism, Mr Moily informed that the Commission also dealt with the issue and came to the conclusion that the menace can be tackled, if youths of the country were educated about it.
Alleging international conspiracy to weaken the country through terrorism, Mr Moily opined that conspirators first tried to poison the minds of the people, especially youths and later gained ground to conduct subversive acts.
While the problems of naxalism and insurgency can be tackled through negotiations and talks, terrorism should be nipped in the bud with iron hand, Mr Moily said.
The Commission will also submit a report on the urgent need of reforms on civil administration, including judiciary, legislature and executive, corruption and red-tapism. Stating that before finalising a report the Commisison will hold negotiation with corporate sector and ascertain their views on civil administration Informing that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, desired implementing Commission recommendations, he said a Cabinet Sub-committee was constituted under the chairmanship of External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee. ''Prime Minister wants to put all the recommendations of the 'Reforms Commission' on Fast Track for implementation'' he added.
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