The Centre today told the Supreme Court that the Ashok Chawla committee report on distribution of natural resources for commercial exploitation has suggested market-related process and it does not mean only auction. Filing its reply in response to the apex court query, the Centre said "even when the committee has recommended adoption of market-related processes, the same cannot be seen as a recommendation for allocation only by auction. It further said the 69 out of 81 recommendation of the committee were accepted by the Group Of Ministers GOM but it was left for the individual ministry to implement it. On the last day of arguments on the Presidential reference seeking reconsideration of the apex court's judgment on 2G spectrum scam case laying down auction as the only mode of allocation of natural resources, the apex court had sought exact status of the recommendations.
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Posted Date : Wed, The major recommendations of the Committee are - The Committee sees an urgent need to have a comprehensive national legislation on water. The legal options in this regard need to be examined by the Ministry of Water Resources. The national legislation should clarify a common position on a number of issues, e.
The framework legislation should recognize that pollution also leads to conjunctive use of water, which makes the resource unusable for other purposes. The process of seeking political consensus from States for making the Act more effective should be taken up pro-actively by the Union Government's Ministry of Water Resources. The Committee recommends aquifer level mapping, along with hydro-geological studies, and pilot projects to be initiated in different settings to address the problems of groundwater management urgently.
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Recommendations of Ashok Chawla Committee on allocation of natural resources
High powered committee formed to suggest mechanism for efficient distribution of natural resources such as telecom spectrum. The Union cabinet secretariat on 8 February set up a high powered committee headed by former finance secretary Ashok Chawla to suggest a roadmap for efficient and transparent distribution of scarce natural resources such as telecom spectrum. The committee includes key secretaries as members along with representatives from industry chambers. The committee is expected to make generic recommendations on the overall mechanism of allocating resources and take a sectoral view. Also it is required to review the pricing and policy issues to find models that do not compromise on public welfare for profit maximisation. The committee has roped in the Centre for Policy Research to help it formulate an action plan.
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Govt hasn't accepted Chawla committee report on natural resources: Centre to SC
Red-faced over the 2G scam, the underproduction of gas from the KG Basin reported by Reliance Industries, and botched allocations to private parties of other natural resources such as land, the United Progressive Alliance government set up a committee in February, for policy recommendations on these issues. Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said in his Budget speech that the panel would focus on setting criteria for the pricing and allocation of natural resources. At present, the Centre takes these decisions, which makes resources - and thus economic growth - vulnerable to the politician-businessman nexus. Former Telecom Minister A.