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Sachar report-What is it?

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Asked by kumar hariharan, 11 Sep '07 08:44 am
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a commission set by UPA
Answered by Dinesh C S, 11 Sep '07 08:48 am

 
  
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the Centre has set up a panel, headed by former director of Indian Law School N Madhav Menon, to decide on the structure and legislative framework of EOC. It will also decide on the scope and functioning of the said body. There is a plan to give statutory status to the EOC.
These steps are seen as politically significant as they would have a direct bearing on employment opportunities for Muslims, who the Sachar panel concluded were lagging behind on all socio-economic indices. However, the trigger for speedy action is bound to be seen in the backdrop of Left-UPA deadlock over the nuclear deal, with Congress assessment that a snap poll is on the cards.
With a clear indication from Left-UNPA quarters that they would target Congress on minority front, losing little time in raking up "inaction" on Srikrishna panel report on Mumbai riots and Sachar panel, Congress has begun to cover its flanks.

Answered by L KINI, 11 Sep '07 08:50 am

 
  
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in simple words, to see the reasons for the continued backwardness of essp. muslims and to recommend actions to improve on the same. The Govt wanted the backing of such a report, just like Mandal report, to start doling out special previleges, which will again benefit only those who are already better off and not improve the life of those who really are backward and deserving for such help. JUST A POLITICAL GIMMICK, NOW THAT ELECTIONS ARE NOT FAR AWAY
Answered by Omega, 11 Sep '07 10:47 am

 
  
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