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That is not a good situation M K Venu: You had told me that there is no mechanism even today to establish that if some forests are being given away for mininghow much compensation will be apportioned to each individual who inhabits the forest Have you worked on that NoI dont think anyone has worked on this If a forest land is being used for non-forestry purposesin what way can the people be compensated No one has studied the linkages between the Forest Rights Act and the Land Acquisition Law This problem was faced by the British in the 1870s They were expanding the railways from Calcutta to Delhi When they passed through UP and they wanted to acquire landa lot of land in UP was being used by farmers for grazing When the farmers opposed the land acquisitionthe colonial government passed a law called the Wastelands Claims Actwhich says that even if government wastelands are being takenpeople would be compensated Nowthat particular law remained in the statute book for several years Then the government set up a committee sometime in 2002 and decided this law was useless Sothat law was repealed Ravish Tiwari: Shouldnt tribals be given the choice to sell their land as well The moment you say that you can also sell itmoney lenders and land sharks will come and displace you Thats how tribal land alienation has taken place in a large number of tribal districts You look at any tribal districtwhether it is Adilabad or Bastaryou will find that a lot of landwhich earlier belonged to tribalshas now gone to non-tribals through these methods Thereforeif you want to prevent land alienation of tribalsyou have to let them have some say Ravish Tiwari: Dont you think the same must apply to farmers too The tribal situation is different You cant have the same law for Central India as you have for Punjab In Punjab you can sayyeswhy should the government acquire land for industrylet farmers negotiate directly with industry That is okay for DelhiHaryana and Punjab But if you give industry this right to negotiate with the tribalsall you have to do is go with a bottle of liquor and you can get their signatures There are districts like Malkangiri in Orissa where the education level among tribal women is two per cent What have you been doing for the last 50 years Sobecause they are not educatedbecause you havent given them any skillsyou say we are not interested in them because they are sitting over forest land And thereforeyou want to take away that asset itself I am not in favour of any policy which results in more displacement for tribals Coomi Kapoor: You were one of the main persons behind the drafting of the Food Security Bill A key proposal of the NAC is that you should have subsidised grains to a large amount of the poor Do you feel this is the best way to fight malnutrition or are there other specific schemes which should be used There is a large amount of wastage in this type of distribution Malnutrition and hunger are two different issues Malnutrition sets in when the child is very youngbetween six months and two years The loss that happens during that period is permanent Of coursethat is linked to a large number of other issuesage of marriagewomens educationhealth issues of adolescent girlsetc In our recommendationthere is a chapter on ICDS which is still to be sent to the government What we are saying is that ICDS needs to be restructured Subhomoy Bhattacharjee: States like Chhattisgarhlarge parts of OrissaJharkhandeven parts of Madhya Pradeshare tribal areas and come under the Fifth Schedule Isnt it making a large part of the land non-fungible Is it now time to re-write the laws and make it fungible in some way so that tribals can profit from it Secondlyin the MMDR Actthere is this provision that 26 per cent of the profit is to be distributed amongst the tribals But wouldnt this same problem that you mentioned saythat they are very susceptible to any form of inducementwould make it sort of a provision would make the big guys in the area take that 26 per cent in his hand The need to industrialise is not a new need At least for the last 20 yearswe know that we must industrialise at a very fast ratewhich is a very good call I am all for industrialisation If we had known that industrial needs are paramount and that they need to be metwhy were we not able to educate our tribals and ensure that they have some skills so that they dont have to migrate in search of unskilled jobs That is the main issue Once they are also educatedthey can seek their rights I wrote a short paper on this issue sometime backon why Dalits are doing so well and tribals are not Dalits live in villages where there is prosperity They live in Punjabwestern UPRajasthan And thereforethey have been watching people go and study They were deprived because of caste restrictionsetc Now they have the opportunity and they are using it Tribals are not in the mainstream because they are away from all thistheir languages are different When I went to these villages near NiyamgiriI had to take two translators with meonewho would translate from Hindi or English to Oriyaand the otherwho would translate Oriya to Kui They are only about four kilometres from Lanjigarh How come they dont even know Oriya Sothat is the level of interaction If you do not improve the interaction between the local market and the tribals and then you saywe just want to take away your land I think it is very inhuman to deprive them of the only asset that they have Rakesh Sinha: How seriously is the NAC taken In my very first meeting of this NACI had raised this issue and said that this timethe NAC may not be very successful as it was in the first phase The difference isin the first phasein 2004a large number of new schemes were going to startand on those schemesthere was a unanimity in the governmentwhether it was NRHM or Right to Information or NREGA Nowthe potential for starting new schemes is limited Oreven when you have some schemes like Food Securitythere is a great deal of rift and difference of opinion as to how food security can be ensured Amitabh Sinha: Is a rights-based approach a correct one for governments to take Rights-based approach is a very good ideaprovided you take other steps to ensure that these rights are translated into action Let me give an example here NREGA says that if 100 days of employment is not being providedthen certain compensation would be paid Mr Arun Shourie asked the question about 2-3 months ago: In how many cases has compensation been paid Only 26 cases Thereforeit is this gap between the intention of the law and the implementation which needs to be bridged There is no point in passing a law and not implementing itbecause then it leads to corruption Shekhar Gupta: What is your view of the variability of quality of delivery among various states Do you see any trends emerging among Left-ruledCongress-ruled or BJP-ruled states There are three trends Oneof courseis the overall trendwhich is that some states are doing better than others when I comes to deliveringlike Tamil Nadu Chhattisgarh has caught on recently The other point is that in the late 90sthe general impression among politicians was that good governance and good politics do not go together If you want to do good governanceit is a political liability and you are liable to lose elections So Digvijay Singh or Ashok Gehlot or Chandrababu Naiduwhoever tried to improve governance lost And Laluji was doing well in Bihar That impression is now changing You have examples from BiharGujarat The change that we are seeing in Bihar or Gujarat or Chhattisgarh or Orissa is because of leadership It is not because of the system promoting good governance The system is all in favour of chaospatronage and clientele-based administration But it is only by good luck that the states get good leaders Subhomoy Bhattacharjee: The UID projectAadhaarhas invited quite a bit of criticism even within the NAC NAC has not discussed the UID project Individual members may be having their disapproval I am all in favour of UID I think it is a good idea to ensure that bogus ration cards are eliminated or fake people who get job cards are eliminated Any such effort that will lead to more honest reporting is always welcome Shekhar Gupta: When you discuss it amongst yourselveswhat is your appreciation of the doubts that some of these people have For exampleJean Dreze says I dont mind Aadhaarbut dont link it to delivery of services Unfortunatelycivil society in India has got into the habit of saying no to everything They are very No-No people They used to say no to the Green Revolution in the 60s?Shiv Kapur’s three-under 69 was not enough to keep him afloat as he missed the cut along with SSP Chowrasia (78-73). 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