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Report No. 79

20. Conclusion

(106) To facilitate implementation, this Report confines itself to the essentials of the problem.1 However, the recommended measures will not solve the problem for all times to come. The search for a solution has to be continuous, It has to be a quest, not a discovery.2 Where so many complex factors operate together, a permanent solution would be difficult. This or that aspect may, with the passage of time, become prominent, and others may shade into insignificance. Each fresh effort must assess the progress achieved and suggest appropriate action for the future.3

(107) A report dealing with arrears and delay can bear fruit only if prompt action is taken thereon. It must be distinguished from a report dealing with the review of a particular enactment. There should be no undue delay in taking action on a report which itself deals with eliminating delay.4

1. Para. 20.1.

2. Para. 20.2.

3. Paras. 20.2 and 20.3.

4. Paras. 20.4 and 20.5.

H.R. Khanna,
Chairman.

S.N. Shankar,
Member.

T.S. Krishnamoorthy Iyer,
Member.

P.M. Bakshi,
Member-secretary.

New Delhi,

Dated: 10th May, 1979.



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