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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) official Nandkumar Goyal are going to join a series of meetings aimed at pushing through a multi-stakeholder mechanism, to help resolve the standoff between the state governments and the central government over setting up of the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC).
The Prime Minister’s Office has instructed the CERC to prepare a meeting statement, to be submitted to the president. The CERC has reportedly invited more than 35 states and Union Territories for its bi-lateral meeting.
After meeting with President Pranab Mukherjee yesterday, the Prime Minister said that the two parties will talk till a solution is found.
“The Prime Minister and Prime Minister’s Office and the Indian delegation will sit down to a meeting of the President with various stakeholders. We have also instructed the CERC to prepare the bi-바카라사이트lateral statement that can be submitted by the State governments,” a senior government official told HT.
The meeting has been scheduled in the absence of the meeting of the Cabinet, to be held in May next year.
The decision to hold a bi-lateral meeting in New Delhi came after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made a statement earlier this week that the central government will consider the issue of setting up of the CERC to explore the feasibility of joining hands w부천출장안마 부천출장샵ith states to settle the issue of setting up CERC.
The Centre is expected to announce an agreement in the coming days to establish the CERC under various circumstances.
The PMO, the Ministry of Finance and the CERC have already taken a set of recommendations, including creating a Joint Regulatory Committee. The government is also planning to give all ministries an opportunity to submit an overall proposal by mid-2014. The final decision on the formation of CERC will be taken by the GoM after consulting the states and Union Territories.
Besides forming a joint committee of the PMO, the government is expected to invite states to come together for bi-lateral meetings and to submit an overall proposal and other proposals through its Joint Regulatory Committee.
At present, CERC is led by the Centre, Delhi and Central states and states of North-East (Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, Goa and Maharashtra), East-Central (Rajasthan, Delhi, Andhra 인터넷 카지노Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh), Easter