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CONTENTS Appendix Nos. I II III IV V VI VII PUBLIC NOTICE COMPOSITION OF COMMISSION'S SECRETARIAT STATEMENT SHOWING CATEGORYWISE REPLIES RECEIVED IN RESPONSE TO THE COMMISSION QUESTIONNAIRE DATES AND SUBJECTS OF SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTIONNAIRE ISSUED TO RELEVANT ORGANISATIONS/INDIVIDUALS DATES OF STATES VISITED BY THE COMMISSION AND MEETINGS HELD WITH THE STATE GOVERNMENTS AT NEW DELHI LIST OF INDIVIDUALS/BODIES WHO MADE SUBMISSIONS IN THE FORM OF MEMORANDA/REPLIES TO THE QUESTIONNAIRE ETC. LIST OF INDIVIDUALS/BODIES WHO MET THE COMMISSION VIII SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY 581—594 Subject Page Nos. 551 551 552 552 552 553—563 564—580

APPENDIX-I COMMISSION ON CENTRE-STATE RELATIONS Public Notice Government of India have, vide notification No. IV. 11017/1/83-CSR, dated the 9th June, 1983 set up a commission to "examine and review the working of the existing arrangements between the Union and State in regard to powers, functions and responsibilities in all spheres and recommend such changes or other measures as may be appropriate". The Commission's assignment being comprehensive in character and of nation-wide interest, it is but appropriate at the very outset, to collect some basic information. The Commission, therefore, hereby solicits from all interested individuals, organisations and other sources such information (including published or written views) and factual data as may be relevant to any aspect of the aforesaid arrangements between the Union and the States, including the legislative, administrative, fiscal, economic and other spheres. An analytical study of such data would facilitate the identification of the problems, issues and difficulties experienced in the working of these arrangements during the last 33 years. This would also render facile the preliminary task of preparing working papers and questionnaires for ascertaining by the Commission the views thereon of eminent experts or groups in the specified spheres. The Commission trusts that all concerned will extend their fullest co-operation and assistance to it and furnish the required information at their earliest to the Secretary to the Commission, Lok Nayak Bhavan, 4th Floor, Khan Market, New Delhi-110003. BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSION ON CENTRE-STATE RELATIONS Sd/— (K.A. RAMASUBRAMANIAM) SECRETARY

APPENDIX-II Composition of Commission's Secretariat
Name and Designation Secretary 1. Shri K.A. Ramasubramaniam 2. Shri G.V. Ramkrishana 3. Shri D. Sankaraguruswamy Joint Secretary 1. Shri M.K. Moitra 2. Shri A.K. Varma Directors 1. Shri B.P. Sinha 2. Shri B.M. Rao 3. Shri A. Neelakantan 4. Dr. Vivek Bhattacharya Honorary Constitutional Advisor 1. Shri Lalnarayan Sinha Part Time Consultants 1. Shri J. Srinivasa 2. Shri P.P. Singh 3. Dr. N.M. Khilani 7-9-83—to date 8-11-83—30-6-84 16-8-84—28-2-85 10-10-83—30-4-87 20-10-83—to date 4-1-84—to date 21-2-84—to date 15-3-84—29-3-87 19-10-83—30-9-86 18-2-87—to date 23-3-83 to 31-7-84 1-8-84 to 13-2-85 3-4-85—to date Period

8.K.3) 7 12 4 11 9 1. Dr. 9. Lall 6. Sikka 19-8-83—to date 1-7-83—30-8-85 9-12-85—to date 3-8-83—to date 11-8-83—21-7-87 14-11-83—to date 21-11-83—to date 25-11-83—24-8-86 28-11-83—3-1-86 7-12-83—30-4-87 16-2-84—to date 6-1-86—1-8-86 30-6-83(AN)—to date 1-9-83—to date 15-12-83—28-7-86 19-4-84—to date 30-8-85—23-9-87 25-8-86—30-4-87 APPENDIX-III Statement Showing Categorywise Replies Received in Response to the Commissions Questionnaire S. Shri Diwan Chand 2. Yegnanarayanan 4. 2. 3. State/ Regional and Registered Political Parties as per lists maintained by the Chief Election Commissioner of India Other Political Parties & Groups Serving & Former Members of Parliament Serving & Former Chief Justices and Judges of Supreme Court & High Court 36 20 6 13 11. Shri R. Dr. Sanjay Singh 5. Kannan 4. Sharma 9. Shri S. Shri K.K. 13. Mittal 5. Serving and former Presidents/Vice-Presidents/Prime Ministers/Speakers of Lok Sabha/Chief Justices of India Serving & Former Union Ministers Union Ministers/Departments of Government of India State Governments/Union Territories Serving & Former Governors & Lt. Governors of State and Union Territories Serving & Former Chief Ministers of States & Union Territories Finance Ministers and other former Ministers of State Members of Constituent Assembly Serving & Former Speakers/Chairman and Members of State Legislatures Presidents/General Secretaries of all the National. Sharma 8. S. Shri T.C. Sharma 2. Rangamannar 3. . Smt. Dr. Shri L. Tahera Ajmal Research Officers 1. Shri K. 7. 4. Tahera Ajmal 6. 6. Raja J.R.S.B.. Shri Ramesh Sharma 2. 12. of Replies received . Smt. Shri A.D.Senior Research Officer 1. Singh Administrative Officer 1. Shri P.No. Jayasankar Section Officer 1. Shri R. Category No. 5. Wadhwa 7.S. Shri S. Shri Niranjan Singh 3. 10. 7 23 25(States 22 UTs.N.

4. State/Union Territories Kerala (Trivandrum) Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal) Himachal Pradesh (Shimla) West Bengal (Calcutta) Tripura (Agartala) Assam (Guwahati) Karnataka (Bangalore) Andhra Pradesh (Hyderabad) Orissa (Bhubaneshwar) Nagaland (Kohima) Meghalaya (Shillong) Maharashtra (Bombay) Goa (Panaji) Date of Meetings June 1-7. Miscellaneous (including individuals) 82 TOTAL 405 Note. 13. Article 356 of the Constitution 10. 1985 June 10-14. 1984 October 31. No. 1985 November 8. 1985 September 27-28. 1985 April 1-12. Article 249 of the Constitution 7. 1984 September 17-19. 1985 August 1. 18. 10. 20. Mayors/Administrators of Municipal Bodies. 3. 1985 February 23-26. 15. APPENDIX-IV Dates and Subjects of Supplementary Questionnaire Issued to Relevant Organisations/Individuals Sl. etc. 1984 February 14. and 500 copies in Hindi were canvassed. 1984 February 19-21.) Inter-State River Water Disputes Governor's Discretionary Powers under Articles 163 and 200 5. 1985 . 2. 4. 1. 21. 9. 1984 November. 1985 January 18. Miscellaneous Questions regarding various Articles of the Constitution 9. 1986 Industry (for Central Govt). more than 6. 16. 6. 1985 March 30. 6. 1985 March 30. Article 252 of the Constitution 8.—In all. 1985 Sept. Subject Date of Issue September 22. 3. 1 1 3 24 2 2 1 79 7 8 19 3 17. 19. 7. 16-22. 12. 2. 1985 March 30. 26. 1985 March 30. etc. No. 5. Taxation of Agricultural Income APPENDIX-V Dates of States visited by the Commission and Meetings Held with the State Governments at New Delhi Sl. Office of the Governor and President's Rule etc.14. 8. 24. 1985 July 5-6. 25. 11. 1985 Nov. 1. 15-21. 1985 Nov. Industry (for State Govts. 23. 1. 30-Oct. Universities and Research Institutes Editors of Important Dailies/Periodicals and distinguished Journalists & Correspondents Financial Institutions and Chambers of Commerce & Industry Trade Unions. 22. 23-25. Service Associations. Farmer's Bodies & Employer's Associations. Serving & former Auditor General of India Serving & former Attorneys/Solicitors General of India and Advocates General of the States Presidents/Secretaries of Bar Council of India and of States and Bar Associations of Supreme Court and High Court Eminent Jurists & Advocates Former Chairman/Members & Secretaries of Finance Commissions Serving and former Governors/Deputy Governors of Reserve Bank of India Serving & former Chief Election Commissioners of India Eminent Economists/Political Scientists. 1984 August 2-8.800 copies of Questionnaire in English.

Ch. 1987. Advocate & Journalist. Shri P. Shri K. 1986 20. Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly. A. Shri K. Legislative Assembly. Anantapur. Prof.— Sardar Surjit Singh Barnala. Uttar Pradesh (Lucknow) January. Subba Rao. Prakasam Institute of Development Studies. Hyderabad. APPENDIX-VI List of Individuals Bodies who made Submissions in the form of Memoranda/Replies to the Questionnaire etc. Prof. Shri A. Shri Mollakalapalli Koleshwar Rao. Nagarjunasagar. Pondicherry January 1-2. Jagadeswar Rao and Prof. Shri Avva Satyanarayana Rao. G. Mallikharijuna Rao and Shri B. 5. 20-22. Krishna Rao. 1987.V. met the Commission at New Delhi on July 14.V. Gujarat November 20. 4. Raghava Rao. Advocate. 1986 19. Bihar (Patna) Dec. 18-20. Jammu & Kashmir February 16. 1986 Meetings held with Government Representatives at New Delhi 18. Waltair School of Economics. Hony. Haryana March 12. 9. Shri C.V. 1987 21. Paidipadu. Vema Reddy. Sattenapalli. Government of Andhra Pradesh. 2. Shri Pandrangi Rajeshwara Rao. Shri Mendu Venkata Rao. 1987 Note.J. ANDHRA PRADESH 1. 7. The Andhra Patrika. Andhra University—Represented by Prof. Shri M. General Secretary. Rajasthan March 19. Former MLA. 6. Radhakrishna. & Head of Political Science & Public Administration Nagarjuna University. 12. Shri Vavilala Gopala Krishnayya. Parthasarathy. M. Vijayawada. .14. Former Speaker. 1985 16. Hyderabad. Subrahmanya Sastry. Editor.V. 1987 22. 26-31. as Chief Minister of April 24. Hyderabad. Andhra Pradesh. Hanumantha Rao. 11. former Chief Minister of Punjab. Tamil Nadu (Madras) Dec. Manipur February 20. Ex-Chief Justice. who had submitted the State Government's Memorandum. A. 8. Secretary. 1986 17. Shri Gopal Rao Ekbote. Vijayawada. 3.P. 10. Shri S. 1985 15. Raghavulu. All India Telephone Traffic Employees' Association.

). V.A.B. Hyderabad. Andhra Pradesh.) Hyderabad.. Andhra Pradesh (Retd. Ramakrishnayya. Former President.Agraharam. President. 27. Director. Nehru Nagar. Laxminarayan. 21.S. Poornachandra Rao.L. I. 26. Shri N.). Brahmananda Reddi. 23. Hyderabad. Hyderabad. (Retd. Hyderabad. Dr.A. General Secretary. Prof. Indian National Congress. Shri K. Bhaskara Rao. Shri Vijay Kumar Adwant. Hyderabad. Shri N. 29.V. Nampally. Kakatiya University. Srihari Rao.P. Baga Reddy. 25. Muttalib. Forum for Right to Work. D.F. (Retd. Rao. 20. Reader in Economitrics. Raju. Secunderabad. University College of Arts & Science. S. Shri V. Hyderabad. Telugi Jatti Vimukthi Sangam. Shri M. Shri N. Kasaiah. Vivek Vardhini College. Ramchandram. Osmania University. Social Worker. 22. Justice Alladi Kuppuswamy. Hyderabad. Former Minister. Dr. Andhra Pradesh. Governor of RBI. Dr. Guntur. Shri R. Hyderabad. C. M. Leader of the Opposition. Hyderabad. Ex-Mayor. Chief Justice. Lecturer in Public Administration. 17. Former Dy. Warangal. 15. Lecturer in Economics. Ex-Governor. Ex. 24. I. Regional Centre for Urban and Environmental Studies. AP Legislative Assembly. . 18. Hyderabad. Prof.S. Former Union Home Minister. Hyderabad. 14. Tirupati. Hyderabad. N. 16.V. Former Chief Minister. Shri M.A. 28. 19. Shri Akbar Ali Khan. 13.

General Secretary. Deptt. Dr. Vichar Manch. ASSAM 31. Shri K. Jagjivan Ram Institute of Parliamentary Studies & Political Research. Magadh University.N. Dr. 45.P. 34. Shri Pradhan H. 48. Dr. Weavers Welfare Society. 41. A. Prof. Kakati Guwahati. Guwahati. Roy Choudhuri Head of Department of Law. Patna. Jha Deptt. 32. Guwahati. J. Jagannath Mishra Ex-Chief Minister. Patna. 44. Shri Satis C. Kedar Nath Kumar Reader. Verma Advocate. Asom Jatiyatabadi Dol. L. 36. Patna. of Political Science.N. Dr. 35. Shri Deveswar Sarmah. of Economics. Assam State Employees' Federation. Dr. Patna. A. Guwahati. 33. 42. Bodh-Gaya. University of Bihar. Mithila University. Government of Assam.30.D. of Economics. Chairman. Ex-Minister of Assam.K. Sinha Institute of Social Studies. Shri Saryu Roy Convener.P. General Secretary. 39. J. Jorhat. 43. Director. 47. Bihar. Tewari. Action Committee of North East Regional Parties.N. Shri Barfi Dev Wafa.-MP. Patna. Patna University. . P. Senior Advocate and Ex. 46. Madan Mohan Sharma. Purnea. Prasad Prof. Kakinada. 38. Government of Bihar. President. Darbhanga. BIHAR 37. 40. Panasayan. Muzaffarpur.

. 58. R.N. Patel. of Philosophy. GUJARAT 56. Shri Babubhai J. 63. . 52. Patel Ex-Chief Minister of Gujarat. Government of Haryana. Prof.Deptt.N. Patna University. D.B. Patna. Jharkhand Mukti Morcha. Sinha Institute of Social Studies. Baroda. Dr. Muzaffarpur. I.N. Patna. 60. 59. 57. Dhanbad. Patel. 65. 62. Dr. Durganand Sinha A. Dholakia. Vallabh Vidyanagar. Sardar Patel University. Ahmedabad. President.I. HARYANA 64. 54. Shri Ram Shobha Singh & Other fourteen teachers of RDS College. 49. Government of Gujarat. of Economics. Himmat Singh Sinha Deptt. Dr. 50. Faculty of Law. A. Ahmedabad. Dr. Shri Kedar Nath Singh Daryapur. Dibakar Jha Retired Professor of Economics. Saran (Chappra). Former Governor. Shaibal Gupta Lecturer in Economics. Bihar State Bar Council Patna. Editor "Sandesh". Prof. 61. Gujarat Vidyapith. Ahmedabad. H. Peace Research Centre. Himmat Patel. Ahmedabad. Shri Chimanbhai S.G.C. All India Council of Mayors. Department of Economics. Gandhinagar. Patna. 55. Shri Rafiuddin Shaikh Mayor of Ahmedabad & Chairman. Distt. Indian Institute of Management. MS University of Baroda. Sinha of Institute of Social Studies. Kurukshetra. Pathak. Patna. Patna University. Dean. Kurukshetra University. 53. Director. 51. Reader in Economics. Prof. Prof.

Delhi High Court. Shri G. 73. College. 72. Farooq Abdullah Ex-Chief Minister. Bhadwar. Justice D. 70. Model Institute of Education & Research.P. Himachal Pradesh. Justice T.S. 67. Principal. 77. Under Secretary. J. & Head. Massey Prof.Registrar. Rothtak. Himachal Pradesh. Chauhan. Registrar. & Head Department of Political Science. Lok Ayukta.N.P. Government of Jammu & Kashmir. Maharshi Dayanand University. Dr. Deptt. H. Shimla. Haryana Agriculture University. Government of Karnataka. 75. Shimla. Retd. 74. HIMACHAL PRADESH 69. Prof. 71. .). Shimla. IRS (Retd.V. Dr. Punjab & Haryana High Court. Sambasiva Iyer. 78. 81. Shri B. Arun K.S.66. Bangalore.P.K. I. of Law & Shri A. Pt. Gupta Director. Jammu. Himachal Pradesh. Government of Karnataka. KARNATAKA 79. Jammu & Kashmir. 80. Mahajan Ex-Chief Justice. Hissar. Dr. Tatachari Ex-Chief Justice. Government of Himachal Pradesh. Sampat. 68. (Forwarding a copy of Statement released by opposition parties after Srinagar Conclave).L. Shri Hokisha Sema Governor. Dr. Visnoo Bhagwan. Shimla. Shimla. Ranbir Sharma. Dr. Govt. JAMMU & KASHMIR 76. University. Democratic Socialist Party. President. Bangalore. 82. Registrar.R. H. Faridabad. Shri Kadidal Manjappa Ex-Chief Minister of Karnataka. University.R.

90.K. Economic Unit. President. of Law.) Hemalata Rao Associate Professor. Seshadri Reader. 92. 91. Narayan Advocate. Smt. Dr.S. 86. Srikantiah.B. Thimmaiah Director. Sadashiviah Jayanagar. 97.R. Karnataka University. Advocate. 87. of Political Science. 98. Via Madanageri. Subramaniam Former Director. Administrative Intelligence. Shri K. Institute for Social & Economic Change. Bangalore. Bangalore. of Law. of Post Graduate Studies & Research in Law. Saklaspur. (Mrs. N. Dr. Ahalya Bangalore. Shimoga Distt. 84. Shri L. Dr. Raghavendra Rao Deptt. R. Bangalore. Chandrashekhar. Dr. 89. Bangalore. University of Mysore. IAS (Retd. The Farmers' Federation of India. K. 83. Prof. 95.N. Ganapaiah Secretary General. 88. . Shri S. 96. G. Registrar. Shri T. B. Shri R. Dr. 94. Indian Institute of Management. Karnataka University. Institute for Social & Economic Change. Deptt.) Bangalore. 93.K. Nadiger Kuppagadde.Bangalore. Naik Member of Parliament. Shri N. Shri K.) Mysore. Post Graduate. Bangalore.S. Karnataka University. 85. Devidas Reader and Shri P. Deptt. Dharwad.V. Shri B. 99. MLC (Retd. Dharwad. Shri P. Iswar Bhat Lecturer. Appu. Gonehalli.V. Bangalore.

V. Bangalore. Shri D. Sandur. Republican Party of India(K). Bangalore. Karnataka. N. 107. Shri S.K. 112. Ramaswamy Director. 100. President. Ratnam Indian Institute of Management. Karnataka Legislative Council. President. Bangalore. Bangalore. Santosh Hegde Advocate General. Shri N. Shri K. Legislative Assembly. Federation of Karnataka Chamber of Commerce & Industry. 101. Venkataramanan N.R. 116. Belgaum. M. 114. Patil President. Shri Michael B. 108. Bhimshakthi. KERALA . 106. Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (I) Bangalore. Communist Party of India (Marxist).T. Bangalore. Sivappa Former Chairman. 115. Srinivasan Assistant Editor Deccan Herald. Secretary. Ghorpade Former State Finance Minister. 104. Shri K. 113. 103.C. Secretariat-Member. Shri P. Bangalore. Bangalore. Bangalore. Shri B. Bangalore.Y. Bangalore.S. 102. Dr. Karnataka State Committee. Fernandes Ex-MLC. Dr. 110. Shri M. Bangalore. Parthasarthy Advocate.Karnataka Rationalist Association. Bangalore. 109.R. N. President. Indian Institute of Management. Bangalore. Bangalore. The Karnataka State Government. 111. Colony. Karnataka State Council of CPI.S. Kodli Bangalore. Narayan Advocate. Employees Association.H. 105. Dr.

Applied Economics. Trichur. Dr. John Mathai Centre. Trivandrum. K.V. Parameswaran Professor. . Krishna Iyer Former Judge of Supreme Court. I. Cannanore. Shri G. Madhava Menon. Commissioner Corporation of Cochin. Purushothaman Nair Prof. Dr. Justice V. Cochin. 119.S. Trivandrum. & Head. Department of Commerce & Management Studies. Shri P. Kerala Agricultural University. 128. University of Cochin. Prof. M.P.O. Trivandram. C. 120. Ernakulam (Cochin). Shri P. University of Calicut. Board of Revenue and Chairman. Dr. Shri T. Dr. University of Cochin.R.117.S. A. Calicut. Gulati Centre for Development Studies. Trivandrum and Dr. 121. Habeeb Mohamed Vice-Chancellor. Dr.V. Krishnan Nair Keecherry.K. Shri M. Principal of Training Colleges. Centre for Advanced Legal Studies and Research. Pappinisserri P. Ernakulam. George School of Management Studies. Government of Kerala. Shri C. Prof. Trichur. Dr. IAS (Redt.N.O. University of Kerala.C. Ramanathan Retd. Pillai Reader and Head of Deptt. University of Cochin. P.. Kerala State Electricity Board. Chendersekharan Pillai School of Management Studies and Prof. of Economics.K. Vice-Chacellor. Member-Secretariat Communist Party of India (Marxist). K. Trivandrum. 125. 127. Pylee Directore General (AIDE) Former Vice Chancellor. K. 130. Sankaranarayanan Head of Department. 132. 122. 118. Cochin. Dr. 123. 124. 129. Kochukoshy. Trivandrum.) Former Member. N. Aranattukara. Vaidyanathan Centre for Development Studies. Cochin. 126. 131.

Kerala State Committee. Secretary. Sharma. Vice-Chancellor. Mammuhaji. Mahakoshal Chamber of Commerce & Industry. D. Nayanar. General Secretary Revolutionary Socialist Party. 133. Shri E. Leader of Opposition. Praja Socialist Party. Bhopal. 148. Trivandrum. 142. Trivandrum. Shukla. Federation of State Employee & Teachers' Organisations. Chairman. 140. Trivandrum. Former Chief Minister Haryana and Governor of M. Kerala. Kerala Pradesh Congress (Socialist) Committee. MADHYA PRADESH 146. 138. (On behalf of Muslim League State Committee). 149. President. R. Shri N. Kerala Unit. General Secretary Malayalee Desheeya Munnani. Kerala Legislative Assembly. Kerala Congress (J). General Secretary.A. Bhopal. Trivandrum. Jabalpur. 136. General Secretary. Kerala. 143. 137. Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (I). State Committee of the Peasants & Workers Party of India (Kerala Unit). 147. 144. 139.. Bhopal University. Indian National Congress Party.President. 145. Government of Madhya Pradesh. Trivandrum. K. Trivandrum. 141. General Secretary. Vice-President. Kerala Congress (Mani Group). Janata Party. . 135. C. Trivandrum. Shri B. Ernakulam. Trivandrum. Trivandrum. Trivandrum. President. Cochin. Trivandrum. General Secretary.P. MLA. Dr. Trivandrum. Kerala Committee. 134.

G. Aurangabad.P. M. Shastri Nagar. Gwalior. Shri Ram Sahai. Marathwada University.P. Shri V. Bhopal. Government of Maharashtra. . Bhopal.. Shri Ram Sahai Tiwari. Professor & Head of Deptt. 167. M. Member Constituent Assembly and Ex. Deputy General Manager. 164. 155. Tare. 153. Purna. Bhopal. Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Inspectorate Engineer's Association. Chhattarpur. Shri S.150.N. General Secretary. Member constituent Assembly. Dr. Bhopal. Chairman. Subbiah. Madhya Pradesh State Committee.. Inamdar. President. 152. Shri D. University of Poona. Shri Dilip Shantaram Dahanukar. 162.. Bombay. Nagpur. Secretary. Secretary. MAHARASHTRA 158. 159. Supreme Court. R. Law Commission. 163. MP Electricity. R. 166. of Political Science and Public Admn. Justice P.. Saxena. Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (I). Bombay. Ex-Chief Justice. of Public Admn. Shri P. Bombay. Malad (West). Shri Nani A Palkhivala. Masani. Editor Ajanta Express. Shri M. 157. Jabalpur. Professor & Head of Deptt. Senior Advocate. 151. Congress Committee (I). S.K. Shri M. Member Constituent Assembly and Ex. N. Mandke. Bombay. Shri A. Vidisha. Industrial Development Bank of India.P.. Churchgate. 156. R. Bombay. M. Sanaddar. 165.P. Bombay. Murti. 160. Nagpur University. The Registrar. Secretary. 168. Communist Party of India (Marxist). 161. N.-M. 154. Malegaonker. Industrial Assurance Building.

Shri A. Indian Institute of Public Administration Research Fellow. Latur. Shri Mohan Dharia.Shri M. Ex-M. 180. Indian Centre for Democratic Socialism Aurangabad. Bhasin. Kamble. Paranjape. R. H. The Employers' Federation of India. 175. Sawant. Mr. Baramati. 174. Indian Council of Social Science Research. G. Rajaram College. Pune. Professor. Member. Principal. G. Prof. 170. Dr.P.) Krishnabai Nimbkar. 185. Principal. Ankush B. Bombay. Ex-Mayor. Economic Advisor. G. Senior Advocate. Pendse. Bombay. Ozarkar. Dayanand College of Law. Shri Sudhir Joshi. Shri K. 184. Shri H. High Level Committee on Power. MANIPUR . 183. Tata Industries. DBF Dayanand College of Arts & Science. 173. Convener. Pune. Dr. Bombay.Pune. M. Kolhapur. Planning Commission. Republican Party of India (Kambl) Bombay. Pune. Shri V. Ex-Union Minister. Rajadhyaksha. 182. Shah. Vice-Chancellor. Chairman. Noorani. S. Bombay. (Mrs. B. 179. Professor & Head of Deptt. 171. Bombay. Solapur. Shri D. 176. Marathawada Agriculture University. & Leader. Supreme Court. 178. 169. Shri Shivraj Nakade. of Geography. Parbhani. K. Nepean Sea Road. K. Former Union Member and Ex-Governor. Shri Mohammad Rashid. Pune. 177. Acting Secretary. Seervai. R. C. 181. 172. Dr. Bombay.

Sharma. Shri R. of Biophysics. Government of Manipur. 199. 189. Bhubaneswar. 192. Dr. Chandigarh. IAS. Mokokchung. Chattopadhyaya. Shri S. Prof. of Political Science. R. Shillong. B. Prof. & Head of the Deptt. ORISSA 194. Shillong. Khasi Hills Autonomous. 204. Prof. Shri Nihovi Sema. Shri Tankadhan Mahapatra. Orissa. 188. Government of Nagaland. Shri R. 197. Lyngdoh. Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology. Shillong. Jandiala Guru. Advocate. Shri Nityanand Acharya. Kohima. Planning Advisor. Harekrushna Mehtab. Shri K. Ex-Chief Minister. Retd. Agragami Karyalaya. Ex-Chief Minister of Meghalaya. . Amritsar. Ramamurthi. Dhenkanal. Professor of Philosophy. Berhampur University. Jena. Government of Orissa. Nagaland People Party. Government of Meghalaya. Shri S. & Head Deptt. 200. Mishra. PUNJAB 202. Shri B. K. Bhubaneswar. 201. B. Vice-Chancellor. District Council.. Berhampur. A.186. 203. Shri Fateh Singh Bagga. K. Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research. Orissa. R. Dr. NAGALAND 191. B. Johl. Nagaland Ex-Parliamentarian Association. Leader of the Opposition. 193. Dr. Ex-Minister. Bolangir. 196. MEGHALAYA 187. Chief Executive Member. North Eastern Council Sectt. Cuttuck. 198. Chairman. Dutta. 190. President. 195.

Vijayavalli. Punjab Vidhan Sabha. Shri R. Former Reader in Constitutional Law. L. Chandigarh. Freedom Fighter. Convener. 205. Chandigarh. 217. Jaipur. 220. Gangtok. Shri Gokulbhai Bhatt. Punjabi University. Sikkim Sangram Parishad. Government of Rajasthan. 212. . Velappadi. 222. Madras. 206. Shri V. Sector 8-C. University Studies in Law. University of Madras. Srivilliputtur. SIKKIM 216. Shri Nar Bahadur Bhandari. 219. Member Constituent Assembly. Dr. Jaipur. 213. 207. Punjab Pradesh Congress Kisan Dal (I). Mrs. University of Rajasthan. Member. 209. Sr. Shri Sham Singh Harikay. Dalavai. Advocate. 210. Patiala. Government of Tamil Nadu.Shri Ajit Singh Sarhadi. Jaipur. Jaipur. 215. Professor. RAJASTHAN 211. Deptt. Tulsi. Advocate. Shri Brij Bhushan Mehra. TAMIL NADU 218. of Public Administration. 214. K. Panagariya. Government of Sikkim. R.T. Vellore. Shri Gian Chand. Madras. 221. Senate. M.Vice-Chancellor. Shri B.S. Civil Liberties Council. V. Punjab University. Ludhiana. Chandigarh. 208. President. Patiala. P. Shri K. Shri Agam Singh and Shri Sukh Lal Sharma.C. Jain Kagzi. Advocate. Dr. Advisor. Chandigarh. Krishna Shetty. Ex-Speaker. Sundaresan. University of Rajasthan.

Shri M. Political Advisor. 225. Tamil Nadu Government Employees' Association. Paramananthan. Chief Executive. Madras. P. Balasubramanian. All India Christian Party. T. Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam. Pattiveeranpatti. Directorate of Medical Education. Shri M. Shri K. Advocate. Shri Sathyalaya P. Annamandram. Ramasamy. . 239. Bar Council of Tamil Nadu. President. 230. S. "Sathyalaya". Madras. Shri G. Sankaran. 229. Distt. General Secretary. 226.223. Karunanidhi. Madras. Registrar. Ramakrishnan. Madurai. Secretary. 224. Madras. Justice M. Madras. Anandhan. Gobichettipalayam. Madras. High Court of Madras. Secretary. Madras. Sivaprasad Industries. Madurai. Shri M. Hindustan Chamber of Commerce. Shri D. Shri N. K. Former Senior Supervisor. 233. Assistant. Madras. Vaseekaran. 232. Vanamamalai. Robert Gananamuthu. 234. Periyar. President. Jr. Department of Economic Studies. Tamil Arasu Kazhagam. Shri R. Senior Advocate. General Secretary. Ismail. Shri R. Bureau for Parliamentary Work. Sociology and Political Science. S. 236.M. Madras. 235. 238. 227. Madras. Madras. Madras Telephones. 237. Sivagnanam. Shri B. Madurai. 228. Madras High Court. 231. Former Chief Justice. Madurai Kamaraj University. Vedanayagam. Madras. President. Shri M. President.

S. Varanasi. C. Shri L. Madras. and Shri S. 243. Dr. V. Meerut. Government of Tripura. Jothi Yencatachellum. Shri O. University of Madras.). Retd. Prof. National Academy of Administration. 252.Coimbatore. Jariwala. Thakur. Tripura Government Employees' Federation. Saharanpur. Alagesan. Shri Shyam Dhar Misra.P. 250. Distt.). Naganathan. Tamil Nadu Kamaraj Congress.C. Principal. Mathew. Narayanaswamy.B. Reader in Law. Madras. The Indian Express. 257. Meerut College. President. Sharan.D. Lucknow University. L. Tiruchirapalli. Reader. of Economics (Retd. . Shri R. Deptt. 253. of Political Science. 242. Madras. News Editor. M. Lecturer. P. General Secretary. ICS (Retd. Nehru Illam. 245. Dwivedi. Member Constituent Assembly. of Economics. Shri B. Namadhu Kazhagam. Jwalapur. Dr. Member Constituent Assembly & Former Union Minister. 254. Guruswamy. Madras. Madras. 255. Head of Deptt. Satyanarayana Moturi. Lucknow. R. Retd. Mathur. M. Smt. Ex-Governor of Kerala. Dr. Dr. 246. Madras. 256. 240. Agartala. General Secretary. Dr. UTTAR PRADESH 251. Banaras Hindu University. Cuddalore. General Secretary.S. Shri P. 241. TRIPURA 249. P. All India Vaishya Federation. Former Union Minister. Mussoorie. Mylapore. Varanasi. 248. Madras.C. 247. Government of Uttar Pradesh. 244.

Viswa Bharati. Deptt. West Bengal.P. Treasurer. Shri Somendra Chandra Bose. U. Calcutta High Court. Calcutta High Court. 273. Former Chief Minister. Calcutta. Calcutta. Secretary. Deptt. Calcutta. Shri Prafulla Chandra Sen. 266. Lucknow. The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 264. Former Chief Election Commissioner of India. 272.A. High Court. Reader in Economics. Senior High Court. Prof. WEST BENGAL 262. University of Gorakhpur. Dr. Shri Sunder Lal Bahuguna.Shri Upendranath Barman. Calcutta. 267. Anirudh Prashad. Gorkhpur. Indian Statistical Institute. Jalpaiguri. 270. Lucknow.258. Justice S. Tehri Garhwal. Chipko Information Centre. Fourth Finance Commission. Calcutta. General Secretary. and Former Member. Bank Employees' Federation. 259. of Law. 263. 261. P. 269. Member Constituent Assembly. Calcutta. 268. Sen Verma. 274. Bar Association. Government of West Bengal. Economic Research Unit. 271. Calcutta. Calcutta.) Hony. Institute for Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies. . West Bengal. Member Constituent Assembly. Shri S. Shri Balai Chandra Ray. Shri Prabhudayal Himatsingka. Masud (Retd. Shri Dilip Suraana. Shri Suhas Chattopadhyay. Hony. 260. Emeritus Professor of Economics. Dr. Lucknow University. Advocate. Regional Branch. Secretary. 265. Shailendra Singh. Calcutta. Presidency College. Advocate & President. of Economics. Reader. Calcutta. Bhabatosh Datta. Sr.

Central Secretariat. 279. Renuka Ray. 275. Manjusri Mondal. Advocate. Bengal National Chamber of Commerce and Industry. West Bengal State Committee. Calcutta. West Bengal Headmasters' Association. Calcutta High Court. 284. Advocate. Revolutionary Communist Party of India. Professor. Shri Nakuleswar Banerjee. Secretary (Retd. Viswa Sanakrit Mission. Masat A. Shri Annada Sankar Ray.Calcutta. Shri Atulya Ghosh. Calcutta. President. Asstt. West Bengal State Committee. 292. Sanyal (Vettadhish). Revolutionary Socialist Party.). 287. General Secretary. Dr. General Secretary. 282. Calcutta. Shri S. 291. 290. 277. Calcutta University. Calcutta. High School. 289. Secretary. Biplab Dasgupta. Calcutta Chamber of Commerce. A. Chakrabarti. Smt. Calcutta. 285. (Retd. Calcutta. West Bengal Comprehensive Area Development Corporation. 283. 281. West Bengal. Calcutta. President. University of Calcutta and Executive Vice-Chairman. Calcutta. Calcutta. Bhartiya Janata Party. College of Law. Secretary. Calcutta. Shri Saroj Mukherjee. Calcutta. 280. 288. Lecturer. Socialist Unity Centre of India. Shri Sanat Kumar Chakrabarty.). Hooghly. Smt. Dr. Masat. 286. President. Calcutta. President. LCS. R. Indian Association. Communist Party of India (Marxist). Distt. Calcutta. Shri Chittaranjan Bag. Member Constituent Assembly. Teacher. 276. . Calcutta.M. Calcutta. 278. Calcutta.

. Former Union Minister. Prof. Judge of the International Court of Justice. Moza. Dr. N. 307. Khanna. 308. UNION TERRITORIES DELHI UON TERRITORIESDELHI 296. Kharlukhi. Secretary. Nagendra Singh. Former Member. Member of Parliament. Calcutta. Shri H. Central Committee. Deendayal Research Institute. Advocate. Indian Institute of Management. Ramaswamy. I. R. Vritti Vikas. Editor. General Secretary. Convener. Namboodiripad. 301. L. Shri E. 297. Shri Dharma Vira. President. Special Correspondent. Executive Secretary. Ajit Kumar Sharma. Former Union Minister of State. 309. Shri P. (Rajya Sabha). Vice-Chairman. 313. 295. All India Panchayat Parishad. New Delhi Traders Association. Former Governor.Shri Tarlok Singh. Democratic Socialist Party. Calcutta. Planning Commission. 312. R. West Bengal State Council. 310. Former Chief Minister (Karala).). 298. Member of Parliament.M. Sher Singh. Democratic Socialist Party. Communist Party of India. Bhartiya Post. (Retd. Shri Vimal Dave.S. 311.Central Committee. 293. Hony. & Member of Constituent Assembly. Dr.C. 304. 306. Calcutta. 294. Shri K. 305. General Secretary. 302. Communist Party of India (Marxist).S. Tarkeshwari Sinha. Smt. Former Judge of the Supreme Court. Calcutta. 303. General Secretary. Supreme Court. Secretary. Shri Amit Jyoti Sen. Justice H. Bahuguna. Prof. B. 299. 300.

All India Forward Bloc. Narsimha Reddy. . Communist Party of India. Secretary. Ambedkar Institute of Social Research & Training. Dr.). IAS. Indian Institute of Public Administration. Shri D. B.). ICS (Retd. Indian Sugar Mills Association. 334. Sushila Nayar.S. Rukmini Menon. Shri Govind Narain. Institute of Economic Growth. Shri S. Shri M. Nauriya. Dwivedi and Chaudhari Ranbir Singh. Chief Justice.C. 326.Centre of India Trade Unions. Shri S. Justice S. Sarkar. D. Prof. Government of India. Members of Constituent Assembly. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry. 320. General Secretary. Retd. 323. Member of Parliament. 316. R. Shri G. Shri P. 335. Sr. Malhotra. Rangarajan. Manda. All India Organisation of Employers. Former Governor. General Secretary. ICS (Retd. Janata Party. Central Office. Former Union Minister. Secretary General. L. UPSC. Employees' Federation. President. Advocate. 336. Desai. 322. Director. Supreme Court. (Lok Sabha) 315. Professor.U. 322. C. Narula. Reader. Advocate. Smt. 328. 318. K. Bhoothalingam. 321. 333. Justice Jaswant Singh. Advocate and Former Judge of the Delhi High Court. Former Judge. Sorabjee. S. Director. Justice R. Shri Anil K. 314. N. Secretary (Econ. 331. Dubhashi. Supreme Court. 319. Shri R. 330. Former Chairman.S.). Supreme Court. 329. Sr. 327. Indian Institute of Public Administration. Shri Soli J. General Secretary. All India State Government. 325. 324. 317. P. Punjab & Haryana High Court.

353. All India Congress Committee (I). S. GOA. All India Congress Committee (Socialist). . Office of the Comptroller & Auditor General of India. President. General Secretary. Indian Administrative Service Association. Planning Commission & Former Member. President.Former Ambassador. Lok Dal. 338. Daman & Diu. 342. President. Yuva Janata (Goa Unit). Professor of Political Science and Public Administration. 337. 345. Gomantak Bahujan Samaj Sanghatana. Sastry. Panjim. Dr. Former Member. S. 343. 346. General Secretary. 350. (Goa. United Goans Party. Government of Goa. Seventh Finance Commission. Daman & Diu). New Delhi. General Secretary. Panjim. All Goa Youth Federation. 339. Konkani Lekhak Sangh. Former Union Minister. 344. New Delhi. 349. 340. Former Governor. Raj Krishna. 352. Miss Kastura Ravlu Naik. General Secretary. Shri K. 347. 351. Karan Singh. Bhartiya Janata Party. Shri Raghukul Tilak. Konkani Projecho Avaz. Panaji. Dr. Convener. President. General Secretary. R. Thana Cortalim. Indian Forest Service Association. Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha. Panaji. General Secretary. Dr. 357. DAMAN & DIU 348. President. 341. 358. Director of Audit. Panjim. United Goans. Secretary. 354. Prof. 356. Maheshwari. General Secretary. 355. Indian Institute of Public Administration. Panaji. General Secretary. Panaji.

Ramachandran. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. 66. Government of Andaman & Nicobar. Notingham. Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. 379. Department of Electronics. Ministry of Home Affairs. Dr. 367.O. Speaker. C/o. Ministry of Human Resource Development. Panjim. 380. Pondicherry. 378. Ramassamy. UK. Member of Parliament. Panaji. Shri V. 364. Shri D. 369. Gomant Lok Pokx. Switzerland. 371. 368. 362. Trent Polytechnic. 99 APO.A. Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilzers. Ministry of Agriculture. Shri S. 375. General Secretary. 363. 374. UNION OF INDIA 370. Ministry of Energy. Commander. .H. Ministry of Tourism & Civil Aviation (Department of Civil Aviation). (Department of Revenue). Uxbridge. Ministry of Communication. H. Ex-Chief Minister. Government of Pondicherry. 359. ANDAMAN & NICOBAR 365. 377. Max Frenkel. Brunel University.Maharashtrawadi Gomantak. Department of Law. MISCELLANEOUS 366. Narayanasamy. Mobile Depot. (Department of Power) 376. Ministry of Food and Civil Supplies. Col. 372. Stiftung fur eidgenassische Zussammendrbeit. Ministry of Industry. Shri Rajeev Dhavan. Principal Lecturer in Law.Q. (Department of Education). Dr. Pondicherry. Shri M. 381. United Kingdom. Viron Jain. 373. PONDICHERRY 360. Fazal. 361. Middlesex. Pondicherry. Farook. Hanptgasse 70. M. Former Chief Minister of Pondicherry. Legislative Assembly. Ministry of Finance. 382. Executive Director.

). 386. President.). Public Grievances and Pensions. Ministry of Railways. 399. Justice G. Bangalore. 400. Shiromani Akali Dal. Ministry of Water Resources. 396. (Retd. Govinda Bhat. 402. Shimla. Federation (Regd. 387. Citizenship Front in India. Calcutta. M. 398. Planning Commission. 401. . Government of Punjab. Sarma Sarkar. Secretariat Member. Karnataka. Former Chief Justice. Ministry of Shipping and Transport. All India Tribes and Minorities Federation. Department of Ocean Development.).K. 391. The Karnataka United Urban Citizen. 405. 390. 397. Supplementary List 393. Shri Amritsar. High Court. 403. Shri J. President. Shri H. 385.C. Hyderabad. Judge (Retd. Chairman. Gandhi Kamraj National Congress. Mr. Ministry of Urban Development. Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (I). 388. General Secretary. 395. 384. Andhra Pradesh State Committee. Shri Amar Singh Ambalvi.383. Madras. Advocate. (Department of Statistics). Bangalore. Srikantiah. 21st February Celebration Committee. 392.L. Communist Party of India (Marxist). 404. Calcutta. 394. Ministry of Personnel. Chandigarh. 389. Delhi. Ministry of Social Welfare. Ministry of Planning. Ministry of Labour.

Raju. 8. Shri K. Shri M. 4.B.P. A. T. Former MLA. Consultant. MLC. Secretary (Irrigation). Governor. Guru Raja Rao. Y. R. Shri M.L. Kosalram. Secretary (Planning). 3. Secretary to Chief Minister.B. Anjaneyulu.) Former Secretary.APPENDIX VII—List of Individuals/Bodies who met the Commission ANDHRA PRADESH (Hyderabad) Government of Andhra Pradesh— represented by 1. 5. 9. Sastry. Justice Alladi Kuppuswamy. 12. IAS (Retd. Former Chief Justice. GAD Shri G. Shri N. Parthasarathy. 25. Former Dy.R. Secretary (Industry. Shri K. Shri B. Surayanarayana Rao. Shri P. Finance Government of Andhra Pradesh.R. 20. Shri M. Chief Minister. 23. 21. Shri T. A. 17. Dr. A. Commerce & Power) Shri U. 10.S. 11. Shri P. Shri V. Ex-Director General of Police. 2.P. Shri Sadiq Ali. Secretary (Political). Secretary. Venugopala Reddy. Maharashtra & Tamil Nadu. 15. Santhanam. Former Governor. Purna Chandra Rao. Prakasam Institute of Development Studies— represented by 14. Shri Akbar Ali Khan.P. Dr. A. Shri Sushil Kumar. Obayya. 6. Shri Shravan Kumar. 19. 13.V. 18.R. 7. Former Minister.T.B. Secretary (Finance).P. Shri Vavilala Gopala Krishnayya. Raghavendra Rao. Prasad. Chief Secretary. Vithal. Finance. Shri K. 24. Rama Rao. GAD & Officer on Special Duty. Shri S.P. Ramakrishnaya. Director.S.V.I. . 16. Information & Public Relations. Narasimha Reddy. 22. Special Secretary to the Chief Minister. Shri H. Shri P. & Ex-Member Rajya Sabha. Ramakrishna. Ramachandra Reddy.

Brahmanada Reddy.V. Reader in Econometrics. MLA. Shri P.P. Shri K. Advocate. Secunderabad. Shri A. M. Osmania University. Osmania University. CPI(M). Veerappa. Bagga Reddy. Muttalib. 28. Leader. 35. A. Reader in Public Administration. 31. 30. A. Non-Gazetted Officers Association— represented by 40. Reddy.P. A. Rama Rao. Narsimha Rao. 46. President. Principal. Lecturer in Public Administration. 33. Shri Vijay Kumar Adwant. Raghava Reddy. Dr. Director. Shri K. Vivek Vardhini College. Ex-Chief Minister. Ramachandram.P. 37. Secretary APCC. Shri D. Leader of the Opposition. 41. 45. Former President AICC. S. M. Regional Centre for Urban & Environmental Studies. 36. Latur (MS). Subramanya Reddy. (Mrs. Daya Nand College of Law. A. Kasaiah.P. Former Chief Justice.P. 42. 29.P. 32. Nakade.Ex-Governor. Narsa Reddy. Shri E. Former Director General of Police. Telugu Desam Party. Former Minister. U. Shri V. Dr. Justice Gopal Rao Ekbote. 44. M. Kondaiah.B. Shri Avva Satyanarayana Rao. Associate President with eighteen members. A. President.P. Tirupati. 34.V. 47. Prof. Ayyapu Reddy. Shri M. Lecturer in Economics. Kasi Viswanadham. APCC. A.P. A..V. Shri G. . D. Shri N. University. Advocate General.) Shamim Aleem. 38. Dr. Justice C. 43. Former Union Home Minister. Shri S. Democratic Socialist Forum. Shri Gurukula Mitra.A. 26.P. Former Chief Justice. Former President. Narayana Rao. 48. Manuswamy. Shri E. Convener. 27. 39.P.P. Telugu National Liberation. Shri S. MLA. & Orissa. C. Shri M.

57. 75. 70. Education. Commissioner. Srinivas Reddy Assam (Guwahati) Government of Assam— represented by 53. Shri P. & C. Shri Vandemataram Ramachandra Rao Shri B.S. Minister. P. 56. Shri B.K. Industries. 68. 50.K. Kishan Lal Shri Pratap Kishore Shri G. 77. Shri U. 76.N. Shri G. & Training. 69. Shri R. . PWD. Minister. Secretary. Minister. Shri J. Sengupta. Shri J. Shri B. 72.R. P. Shri Sadhan Sarkar. & D. Changkokoti. Shri H. Majumdar. 55. Rajbangshi. Das. 60. 54. Das. Secretary. Shri K. Health & Family Welfare. 52. Shri D. Minister. Commissioner. Shri U. Hill Areas. Veterinary. Shri K. 74.P. Barman. Shri A. Bhattacharya.H.T. Saikia. 58. Chaudhury. Special Secretary. Gogai. Barua. Shri K.C. Food & Civil Supplies.P. Sarania. Special Secretary. Commissioner & Special Secretary. 67. Bora. Commissioner. Shri J. Industries. Shri P. & B. Minister. Singh. Home. Commissioner. 73. Sharma. Minister. Agriculture Production Commissioner.C. Minister. A. Transport. Minister. 65. Transport. Agriculture. P.C.Jana Sabha (Telangana)— represented by 49. P. Finance Commissioner. 66. 71. Minister. Shri T. Co-operation. Shri A. Hazarika. Commissioner. 62. Minister. Shri M. Shri T.D. 59. Lahkar.C. 63. & C. Gogai. 51. Shri H. 61.R. Commissioner. 64. Shri J. Palit. Kamilla. Rangpi. W. Hills & Dev. Chief Secretary. Sinha. Dutta.D.D. Shri A. Chief Minister.

Power (Electricity). Shri R. Revenue. Joint Secretary. 100.Special Secretary. Ex-MP representing Asom Jatiyatabadi Dol. Commissioner of Taxes. 89. Choudhury. Officer on Special Duty. Shri Bipan Pal Das. Minister of Food. 82. 97. Smt. Sadullah. Secretary.C. Committee on 20-Point Programme. Irrigation. Uma Pandey. Barma Retd. Minister of Agriculture. Ex-Member of Parliament. Minister of Education. Rahman Mandal. Medhi. Secretary. Chowdhury. Shri Ram Ashray Pal Singh. Shri Lahthan Choudhary. Shri Harihar Mahto. Joint Secretary. PWD.C. Chief Minister. Financial. 85. 99. 84. Shri Bindeshwari Dubey. Barua. Secretary. Secretary Flood Control. Shri Gauri Shankar Bhattacharya. Minister of Industries. Law. 93. . Dutta. 81. Shri Dinesh Kumar Singh.K. 78. Shri B. 79. Guwahati High Court. 88. 101. Thahuria. Minister of Transport. Bihar (Patna) Government of Bihar— represented by 96. Gogoi. Choudhury. Legislative. Prof. Public Enterprises. Sidheshwar Prasad. Secretary. 98. Secretary. 87. Deputy Secretary. Shri Md. Chairman. 94. Shri S. 95. Shri S.P. High Court Bar Association.C. Justice B. 90. Das Gupta. Shri Ajit Kumar Sharma. Ex-MLA. 91. Shri B.H. Shri B. 102.N. Joint Commissioner of Taxes. 80. Rajkhowa. Judge. Shri A. Das. Shri Anup Kr. President. Shri A. 86. Shri D. High Court Bar Association. Minister of Energy. Finance. 83. Shri Dinesh Goswami. Shri J. 92. Shri B. Assam.

Shri R.N.K. 128. Mithila University. Commissioner. Institute of Social Studies. 117. Advocate. Shri Ram Balak Mahto. 126. 120. Sah. Shri K. Darbhanga. Shri Nishikant Sinha. Tiwari. of Law. 109. Shri Durga Nand Sinha. Joint Secretary. Roy Chowdhary. 124. Subramaniam. 112.P. Sandwar. Dr.K. Prof. Sharma. Patna. Additional Director. Education. .N. Jagan Nath Mishra. Varma. 107.K. 105. Joint Secretary. Magadh University. 111. Jha. Kedar Nath Kumar. 106. Industries. Cabinet Coordination. J. Director. 118. Leader of Opposition. Shri S. Mittal. 116. Reader. Special Secretary. Shri K. 113. Patna. Purnia.K. Finance Commissioner. Director. Verma. Shri H. Shri Arun Pathak.D. A. Sinha. Patna University. Muzaffarpur.P. 122. Finance.M. 108. Ex-Chief Minister of Bihar. Srivastava. Shri Mahabir Chaudhry. Prof. Dr. Head of Department of Economics. Private Secretary to Chief Minister. Ex-Chief Minister of Bihar. Shri K. Secretary.103. Patna University. P. Gujarat (At Delhi) Government of Gujarat— represented by 121. 119. Industrial Dev. Shri Karpoori Thakur. 110. Vaidyanathan. Shri P. 114. M. Shri K. University of Bihar. Shri K. Shri Raghuraj Singh.P. 115. Jagjivan Ram Institute of Parliamentary Studies & Political Research.N. Head of Deptt. Chief Secretary.N. Agriculture. Dr. Bihar. Food & Civil Supplies. Department of Political Science. Shri Bhaskar Banerjee. Industries. Head of Department of Economics. 123. Shri Pancham Lal. Shri V. Minister of Urban Development. Secretary. Mayor. Saran.V. Advocate General. 104. 125. Civil Supplies. Dr. Sahay. A. 127. L. Director. Development Commissioner. Shri H. Special Secretary.

Resident Commissioner. Chief Minister. Minister of State (Health). 139. Chandresh Kumari. Shri R. Ojha. Shri Arvindbhai Sanghavi. Irrigation and Power. Shri Virbhadra Singh. 135. Shri Sagar Chand Nair.S.P. Minister of State for Forest. 141. 146.C. New Delhi. 131. Additional Chief Secretary. Finance Minister. 145. Shri Balwant Singh.K. 148.B.T. Shri Sagar Ram Gupta. Shri B. Agriculture Minister. 136. Chandramouli. 149. Principal Secretary to Chief Minister. . Shri Nalinbhai Patel. Finance Department. Shri Amar Sinh Chaudhary.V. Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister. Minister for Finance and Law. 144. Shri B. Shri Arun Sinha. Khachi. Minister of State (Science & Technology). Trivedi. Chief Secretary. Shri S. PW Minister Shri Guman Singh. Chief Minister. Financial Commissioner & Secretary. Duggal. Shri Bhajan Lal. Chief Minister. Chauhan. Finance. Shri P. Industries Minister. Legal Department. 150. Chief Secretary. Haryana (At Delhi) Government of Haryana— represented by 132. Minister of State (Tourism). Shri M. General Administration Department. 142. Shri P. Caprihan.M. 133. Shri Sat Mahajan. 130. Smt.129. Environment and Energy. Gupta. 137. 147. 134. 140. Shri Sukh Ram. Secretary. Shri B. Himachal Pradesh (Shimla) Government of Himachal Pradesh— represented by 143. 138. Planning Minister. Secretary (Personnel). Government of Gujarat. Shri Vijendra Singh.L.

Shri Harsh Gupta. President.R. Bedi. R. HP.P. HP University. HP. Bhatnagar. Patyal. Shri Yogesh Khanna. Public Service Commission. Advocate General. HP University. H.S. Shri Attar Singh. Chief Secretary. Tandon. Kanwar.P. Chambial. Vice-Chancellor. Dr. Financial Commissioner (Dev. 155. Anand. Press Secretary to CM.K. Public Administration. Associate Professor. Special Secretary (GAD). Shri D. representing Democratic Socialist Party. Madan.K. 154.M. Kaw. . 166. University.S. Sharma. Chairman.C. 172. 164. Shri A. 175. 173. Dr. Pandeya.P. 160. Goswami. Principal Secretary to C. 152.N. Secretary (Planning). Nag. 170. Shri Shanta Kumar. 162. H. Financial Commissioner (Appeal). Malhotra. H.K. Duggal. 167. Secretary (Law). Shri S. HP. Shri K. Registrar. Shri N. Pal. 156. Shri Bhawani Singh. HP. Shri R.C. representing Lok Dal Party. 176. Financial Commissioner (Finance). 157. Chauhan. Shri B. Massey. I.151. 163. High Court Bar Association (HP). Secretary (PWD). 165. Shri Durga Chand. H.C. Financial Commissioner (Revenue).B. 153.K. Shri A.S. Shri P.D. Dr. G. Leader of Opposition. Negi. 174. Ex-Chief Minister. Shri K. Shri S. Secretary (Education).P. Shri G. Bar Council. representing Bhartiya Janta Party.P.M. Dean. Director (HIPA). 158.P. 159. Shri J. Agriculture University. 168. Shri S.P.). Deputy Secretary (GAD). H. Shri M. 169. 161. Shri B. Faculty of Law. Shri V. Chairman.C.C.R. Negi. 171.

R. D. 192. Law Secretary. 191. Planning & Institutional Finance. Bangalore. Janata Party State Unit— . Shri M. Parthasarathy. Sadashiviah. 190. Defence Officer. Advocate. Chief Secretary. Advocate General. Advocate. Shri K. Commissioner & Secretary to the State Government. 194. Shri Ramkrishna Hegde. Shri N.R. Shri H. Shri Mohd. Advocate. Joint Secretary to Chief Minister. 189. Shri T. Shri N. Dr. Smt. Dr. Bangalore. 184. Jammu and Kashmir (At Delhi) Government of Jammu and Kashmir— represented by 179. Santosh Hegde. Chamayya. 197. 186. Shri S. Karnataka. Law and Revenue Minister. Retd. of Law & Parliamentary Affairs. H. President. Chander Pal.R. 183.V. Former Chief Justice. 178. Tatachari.R. (Retd. N.K. Karnataka (Bangalore) Government of Karnataka— represented by 182. Educationist. Lokayukt. Deptt.P. Shri R. Nanjundappa.P.M. Yaseen Kawoosa. 187. Krishnamurthy. Mysore. 180. Deptt.S. Secretary.K. 188. Chief Minister. Shri Shrikantiah. Shri Altaf Ahmad.T. Satish Chandran. Bangalore. Delhi High Court. Advocate Association Bangalore— represented by 196. Shri B. Associate Professor of Law. Bangalore.177. Ahalya. 193.R. Secretary. Sankaranarayanan. Shri G. Advocate General. I. Sampath. Shri Abdul Ahad Vikil. of Planning. Minister of Revenue. Shri V. Bangalore. Institutional Finance & Statistics. H. Shri T. Gokul Rao.S. Vasudev Reddy. Shri Padma Raj. 185. Finance Commissioner. Bommai.V. University. 195.). 181.

Lecturer. Communist Party of India (Marxist)— represented by Shri S..C. Reader. 199.B. Shri M. Shri H. of Sectt. Cheluva Raja. Vice-President. Shanappa. 123. 217. 203. Shri K. of Political Science. MLA. 221. Secretary Legislature Party.D. Nagaraja. Ganapaiah. Shri P.. CPI State Unit.S. Shri Kadidal Manjappa. 200. Former Chief Minister. RBI. 210. BJP & MLC. Venkataraman. Shri Vasanta Kumar. Bhartiya Janata Party State Unit— represented by Shri B. 216. Former Dy. Communist Party of India— represented by Shri M. Shri N. 209. 215. Prof. Swetadri. Secretary. . Shri Shrikanthamurthy. Shivappa. 214.Y.C. Mysore University. K. H. Advocate & BJP Leader. 220. Secretary.B. K. Karnataka State Council. Deptt. Advocate & BJP Leader. 205. Krishnan. 211. Krishnaswamy. Member of Sectt.. 204. Shri S. Bangalore University. 206. Sectt. Deve Gowda. of Post-Graduate Studies and Research in Law. Member of Sectt. Patil. Secretary. Former Finance & Industries Minister. Anantha Subba Rao. Asstt. CPI State Unit. 212. CPI State Unit. Dr.N. BJP. Shri G. Shri H. Mallikarjuniah. 201.B. Shri M. Governor. Shri T. 208. Shri Karambath Sanjeeva Setty. 202. MLA. Karnataka. Communist Party (Marxist).N. 207. MLA. Shri M. President. Narasimhan. Ghorpade. Member (CPI M) State Unit. Mysore University. Shri Yadiyurappa. Devidas..represented by 198. Deptt. 219. Member of Sectt. Karnataka Pradesh Congress(I) Unit— represented by Shri K. Member. Suryanarayana Rao.K. CPI State Unit. President. Shri Ishwar Bhatt. Shri S. President. Secretary. Raman. General Secretary Farmers' Federation of India (Saklaspur).V. 218.S.

243. M. Ex-M. Joint Secretary. (Mrs. Dr. Shri B. V. Appu. Bangalore. Shri S. Director. 245. Gurulingasamy. D. Indian Institute of Management. Lakshman Rau. Shri N. Raghavan. M. 230. V. Institute for Social & Economic Change. 225. Organising Secretary. Karnataka Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Shri H. S. Keshavamurthy. Karnataka Legislative Council. G. Ex-MLC. Thimmaiah. Shri S. R. Treasurer. 231. Bangalore. Dr. M. 223. V.K. Srikantiah. Shri P. N. Prof. 241.V.222. Shri P. Institute for Social & Economic Change. N. 244. T. 240. V. 247. 248. Mussoorie. Karnataka United Urban Citizens' Federation. Nanjundaswamy. 242. Shri Basavalingappa Former Minister Karnataka. Krishnappa. 235. President. Socio-Legal Services & Research Centre. Rao.) Former Director. 229. Indian Institute of Management. 232. 227. 226. Shri T. R. 228. Rao IAS (Retd. Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Administration. President. Ramaswamy. Associate Professor. Vice-President.) Hemalata Rao. President. 234. 246. Shri G. Planning Commission & Academician. Shri Michael Fernandez.) Former Chief Secretary & Former Member of Planning Commission. Cultural Secretary. College of Law. Former Union Minister. Karnataka State Employees Federation— represented by Shri K. Director. 233. Dr. Shri Thallam Nanjunda Shetty. Rathnam. Bangalore. Shri Chaluva Raju. M. S. Associate Professor. Shri M. Institute for Social & Economic Change. Amal Ray. K. A. Joint Secretary. Board of Directors. Dr. 236. Bangalore. Principal. Manumanthappa. V. Bangalore. Joint Secretary. Shri H. V. 237. Prof. Former Member. Dr. Bangalore. Shri N. President. Former Chairman. Bangalore. Auditor. Shri H. Dr. Karnataka Unaided Schools Management Association. Sivappa. Associate Professor. G.P. 239. 224. 238. Naik. Former MLA. Suryanarayana. Sesha Gowda. Institute for Social & Economic Change. Rao. Bangalore. IAS (Retd. . Puttaswamy. Bangalore. Shri Syed Basheer Ahmad. President.

D. Srinivasan. Under Secretary Shri P. Dr. 256. Sreedharan. 255. 252. Vice-Chairman. Planning Board. S.M. Shri T. Raghavendra Rao. 259. Economic Development Commissioner. Shri Sathyapal. Former Governor and Member of Constituent Assembly. Shri N. 258. 264. Karunakaran. Minister for Local Administration. Avakadakutty Naha. Sundaram. Gangadharan. Retd. . Sambasiva Iyer. Gopalaswamy. 263. K. Shri B. Dharwad. Minister for Education. 270. Govinda Bhat. 260. Law Secretary. 269. Deccan Herald. Poonacha. GAD Shri K. 273. Rabindran Nair. Asstt.P. Chief Secretary. M. Member. M. Dr. Shri B. Shri M. Editor. 254. Bangalore. 266. 250. Minister for Irrigation.V. Sreenivasan. Dy. Sivadasan. Head of Department of Political Science. Pilai. Shri K. Retd. Sundaram Nadar. Kamalam. Former Chief Justice. K. K. Planning Board. KERALA (Trivandrum) Government of Kerala— represented by 251. Srinivasa Rau. 261. Dandapani. Mani. V. Shri B.249. Minister for Finance & Law. Minister for Transport. 257. Shri N. Krishnamurthy. Gopalakrishnan. Shri C. Chief Minister. 265. Jacob. Karnataka. P. Shri K. Minister for Excise. Shri C. Ramachandran. Shri N.M. 271. Shri R. Shri V. Chief Justice Karnataka. Shri K. Minister of Labour Smt. K. 267. Jatti. M. Karnataka University. Economist. Chief Minister. R. 262. Commissioner & Secretary. 274. Shri K. 253. 268. Kerala State Planning Board— represened by 272. Shri K. Former Vice-President of India. Shri M. Justice G. Finance Secretary. Shri V. Minister for Co-operation.

295. Trivandrum. General Secretary. Shri Ganga Dharan. 280.P. Centre for Development Studies. Shri K. Adviser. Warrier. Planning Board.V. Joint Secretary. Shri M. PSC. Former Member. Member. Prof. I. Kerala. 276. Shri G. 284. M. SRP. Shri V. Dr. Dr. K. Padmarajan. K. Centre for Advanced Legal Studies & Research. 281. George. K. Dr. Director General (AIDE) Former VC. Hammu Haji. Vaidyanathan. Professor.A. Retd. Paramaswaran. Shri Baby John. Dr.Member. Nayanar. Revolutionary Socialist Party— represented by 289. Trivandrum. 279. 283. Dr. 277. Member. 292. Adiyodi.S. Congress(I) (State Unit)— represented by 294. Principal. Communist Party of India (Marxist) (State Unit)— represented by 293. P. President. Kochukoshy. Retd. 297. Shri E. Surendranath. MP Shri C. Former Member. Kerala Predesh Congress Committee. Communist Party of India (State Unit)— represented by Shri P. Shri Ramachandra Pillai. Gopalan Nambiar. 287. Jacob. Training College.M. All India Muslim League— represented by 288. Planning Board. 282. 278. K. Pylee. Shri M.K. Shri C. Board of Revenue & Chairman Kerala State Electricity Board. Gopalakrishna. Planning Board 275. Madhavan Nair. Finance Commission. G. IAS Retd. O. 285. Pankajakshan. Dr. Centre for Development Studies. Shri K. Trivandrum. K. 290. Economic Committee. Chairman. Ex-Chief Minister & Leader of the Opposition. Dr.B. Shri K. Cochin University. Institute for Management Studies. Gulati. S. Ramanathan.V. 296.P. 286. Vardhachary. A. Senior Fellow. Trivandrum. Shri S. Srinivasan. National Democratic Party— represented by . Former President. 291. Chief Justice of Kerala. Cochin University.

S. MLA.T.K. 315. Anandan. 326. 329. Shri Madhavan Nair.C. Shri P. General Secretary. 302. Shri T. Kerala. K.. 304.S. 322. Shri A. Somasekharan Nair. Jacob.F. Harijan Sabha. Kerala Kaumudi. 306. MLA President. Former M. Habeed Mohd.V. 324. Nath. Leela Damodra Menon.298. Vice-President. 325. Kerala University.S. Kerala Congress(J)— represented by Shri T. Shri G. Secretary. Indian National Congress— represented by 310. Ashok Pillai. General Secretary.M. Shri T. Kochukarapan. VC. Shri J. Vikraman Nair. Shri M. 320. Madhavan Menon Nair. Prabhakaran. Dy. Editor. . Praja Socialist Party— represented by 300. Former Chairman State Planning Board.K. Venugopalan Nair. Madhavan. Chandy. 314.. Chief Minister. Shri N. Shri Amaravile Krishnan Nair. Rajendran. Federation of State Employees & Teachers Organisation— represented by Shri K. Malayalea Desheeya Munnani— represented by Shri J. Upendranathan. Devadas. 317. Rajan V. General Secretary. Smt. 327. 319. MLA. VC.P. Shri K. 321. Secy. Shri Peroorkada Sasi. N. 299. General Secretary. Shri P. MADHYA PRADESH (Bhopal) Government of Madhya Pradesh— represented by 330. Jt. Shri N. Kerala Congress (Socialist)— represented by 305. Shri G. Sankaranarayana. 303. Harijan Sabha. Shri S. Shri K. Shri P. Kerala Agriculture University. 316. Shri A. Shri Raghuvira Pillai. K. K. Kerala— represented by 308. Neelakantan Nair. 309. Janata Party. Madhusudan. Chandrasekharan. Shri Arjun Singh. General Secretary. 331. Dr. 307. Joseph Skariah. 313. Shri T. Basheendran. Minister for Education. 318. Viswambharan. Surendran Pillai. Dr. Prof. MLA. 323. Gopinathan Nair. John. STUC secy. Shri P. Shri Shiva Bhanu Solanki. Chief Minister. 328. 301. Kuriyan. 311. 312. Shri K. Dr.

Capt. Shri S. K. Special Secretary. Shri Krishnpal Singh. Vice-Chancellor. Rajendra Jain. 362. 352. Secretary Food & Civil Supplies.K. Shri N. Shri B. Shri S. 350. Shri A. 340. Vice-Chancellor. 337. GAD. Vice-chancellor. Law Secretary. 365. Secretary. Shri Ram Sahay Tiwari. Ex-Chief Justice.K. 347. Shri Motilal Vora. Shri Kailash Joshi. 334.R. 343.332. 359. Gwalior. Shri N.P. 358. Shri R. Special Secretary. Commerce & Industries. M.V.B. 349. Secretary Commerce & Industries. Shri K.C. 351. Garde. Secretary Education. Minister for Major and Medium Irrigation. Shri M. Vice-Chancellor. Madhya Pradesh. Sagar University. Shri Digvijay Singh. GAD.C. Jawahar Lal Nehru University. 342. Krishnan. Smt. Meena. Shri V. Shri L. Jiwaji University. Additional Chief Secretary. 338. Behar.D.R. General Secretary. Advocate. Shri D. 354.C. 360. Tiwari. Shri M. Law Minister. M. Minister for Higher Education. 346. Home Secretary. Bhopal University. Constitutent Assembly. Dy. Communist Party of India. Tare. 341. 363. Ravi Shankar University. Shukla. Member Constituent Assembly. Jain. Shri S. Publicity. Shri Jhunuklal Bhendia. Dr. Secretary. Secretary Tribal Welfare. Shri A. Justice P. 355. Bilaspur. 339. Shri Brahma Swarup. Shri Ashok Vajpeyi. Congress Committee(I)— represented by Shri Lalit Srivastava. Shri Kalu Ram Virulakar. 335. Jaipal Singh. . Gupta.S. MP. Nigam. Secretary to CM. 353.P. Jabalpur. 356. Raipur. Lohani. Shri Sandip Banerjee.K. Singh Deo. Finance Secretary.N. Vice-Chancellor. Mohile. 344. Ex-Chief Minister. Sharma.C. Malhotra. M. Vice-Chancellor Guru Ghasi Ram University. 364. Minister GAD. 345. B. Vice-Chancellor. Chief Secretary. Member. Qureshi. Minister for Industries. Finance Minister. GAD.B.C. Unit— represented by 357. Deputy Secretary. Vikram University.B. 333. Shri Manish Behl. Secretary Agriculture.C. Srivastava. Shri R. Dr. 336. Arya. 348. Sivaraman. 361. Shri M. Sharma.R. Ujjain. Ex-MLA.

Shri S. Nayak. Minister for Co-operation.K. 381. Technical Education. Shri V. Shri P. Secretary R& F.D. 385. Secretary. 379. Prohibition and Excise. Shri Narendra Tidke. 371.G. Minister for Finance. MAHARASHTRA (Bombay) Government of Maharashtra— represented by 367. Cultural Affairs. Secretary.B. Secretary. Minister for Irrigation and Food and Civil Supplies. B. Secretary. Minister for Energy. 378. 384. 380.D. Minister of State for Law & Judiciary. Choughle.366. 387. Shri Sudhakarrao Naik. Secretary. Secretary (P.N. Chavan. Secretary (I) F. V.A. Shri B. 388. Rehabilitation. Chief Secretary. Secretary to Chief Minister.G. 382.R. Subramanyan.K. Shri Homi Daji. Additional Chief Secretary. Energy. Shri N.. 370. Communist Party of India (M). Shri Vijayasinh Mohite Patil Minister for Agriculture. Secretary (Personnel) GAD. Youth Welfare. 374.L. 368. Chief Minister. Raghunathan. Secretary (Law & Order). Labour and Legislative Affairs. Shri Jawaharlal Darda. Kale. Additional Chief Secretary. Shri K. Shri K. Shri Ramachandra Rao Patil. Minister for Industries. Ranganathan. 373. Rajan.D. Revenue & Social Welfare.T. Sports. 389. Prohibition & Excise. Saxena. Shri Shivajirao Patil Nilangekar.) Shri V. Shri Shailendra Shailly. Paranjape. Shri. R.D. 372. H. Repairs & Reconstruction. Planning & Environment. President. 376. MP Electricity Inspectorate Engineer Association— represented by Shri A. 369. 377. 386. Shri Shivajirao Deshmukh. Law & Judiciary Deptt. Halve. Shri B. Chari. . 375. Employment. 383. CADA. MP— represented by Shri Moti Lal Sharma. Deshmukh.V. Dr.G. Shri Sushil Kumar Shinde. Shri N.

& C. Kamble.M. Senior Advocate. Shri B. Senior Advocate. Mehta. Shri D. P. Shri Dilip S.R.T. Atre. Gangadhar Gadgil.M. Dahanukar. Shri Mohan Dharia. Ahmed. Mahatme Ag. Supreme Court. Department. Shri M. 394. 405. Garware. Kolhapur. Vice-President.D. Noorani. Ex-Union Minister. Republican Party of India (Kamble)— represented by 411. Pooran. 415.R. 407. 398. Rajadhyaksha. Seervai. 404. & C. Shri D. Paranjape.R. President Emeritus. 402. Secretary (Education).G. Senior Advocate. Poona. Shri R. Economist & Former Member. 390. 401. Raja Ram College. Vice-President. Asstt.A. Principal. 391. Shri T. Secretary. A.K. 396. Billimoria. 406. Brahmananda. Shri N. Mehta. Shri H.B. Shri A. Palkhivala. Engineer & Author in Planning Bombay. Academician & Economist. (Coop. Secretary.M. 392. 410.K. Shri S.C.P. Kolhatkar. Afzulpurkar. 397. Dr. of Economics. Shri V.P. Housing. University of Bombay. Shri B. Secretary. 395. 399. H. President. Desai. Deptt. 412. Ednl. 393. Pune. S. Shri Pratap Bhogilal. A.(Coop). Economist & Ex-Member MRTP. Planning Commission. Shri N.C. Gunaji. Ex-Member of Lok Sabha. Supreme Court. & Empl. Prof. 413. Ozarkar. Shri Ashok Basak.W.D. 414. . Shri N. Secretary. 409. Supreme Court. Shri N. Bombay. Prof. Adviser. Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI)— represented by 403. Dr. Employers' Federation of India— represented by Shri Naval Tata. Secretary. Secretary P.G. 400. 408. Shri Ashok B. Shri V.). Prof.

. Lyngdoh. 425.D. Shri W. V.K. Inspector General of Police. Shri R. 431. Sinha.H. Lyngdoh. Goswami.R. Shri S. 437. Dave. Barua. Member. Marak. Shri D. Shri O. Dr. Constituent Assembly. Pillai. 426 427. 429. Shri B. Shri R. Shri Rishang Keishing Chief Minister.B. Nampui. Shri R. Iyer. 428. Shri Dilip Singh. 421. Bombay. MEGHALAYA (Shillong) Government of Meghalaya— represented by 424. Bombay. Masani. Shri K.A.K. Phukan. Shri Morarji Desai.S. M. Chief Minister.N. West Bengal. 417. North Eastern Council— represented by 419. A. Additional Chief Secretary. Financial Commissioner. 430. Home Minister. Lyngdoh. 420. 436. Leader of Opposition and Former Chief Minister. Shri R. 434. Chief Secretary. 423. 433. Shah. Chief Conservator of Forests. Labeng.J.A. Executive Director. Tamil Nadu. Shri D. Shri A. S.Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI)—Bombay— represented by 416. Health Minister.C.N. Special Secretary Political Shri S. Sangma. Agriculture Minister Shri J. Dias. Education Minister.C. Shri M.K. 435. Ex-Governor.W. General Manager. Shri K. 438. Bombay.A. P.V. Ex-Governor. Patil. Chief Secretary. 432.L. Shri M.D.I. Bombay. Law. 418. Shri N.S.. Former Prime Minister of India. Development Commissioner. Minister Shri R. Lyngdoh.. Laloo.L. MANIPUR (At Delhi) Government of Manipur— represented by 422.

Shri H. Secretary. Minister (Agriculture).L. 460. 456. Datta. Shri B. Shillong City Congress Committee— represented by Shri R. 445. Shri U. Shri Shikiho. 446.S. 462. Namir. Shri K. 451. 452. 454. H. 453. Long Kumer.H. Dr. Executive Committee. Trivedi. Ngullie. 455. Minister (Transport) Shri Puse. Khenoto Sema.V.B. Chief Executive Member. Minister (PHE) Shri Rethrong. 449. Minister (I&P) Shri J. 440. Commissioner & Secretary (AH & Vet. Minister (Finance). 442. Ahluwalia.439. . N. 459.A.I. Minister (Planning). Minister (Rural Development) Shri T. Chishi. General Secretary. Shri L. Planning Adviser. Colney. Kharbuli. 461. Lyngdoh. Chief Secretary. AO Minister (Forest). 457. Sakhrie. 448. 447. B. Shri R. NAGALAND (Kohima) Government of Nagaland— represented by 443. Shri Chongshen. Jamir. Shri S. Finance Commissioner. Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council (KHADC)— represented by 441. 450. Meghalaya Pradesh Congress Committee— represented by Dr. General Secretary East Khasi Hills District Congress Committee— represented by Shri Mohan Singh. Shri Abong Imllong. Shri P. Minister (Education). President. 444.C. 458. Shri S.S.R. President. Minister (Industry) Shri I. Chief Minister. Shri Tiameran. Shri Kariba. Giri. Dutta.T. Secretary. Rymbai. Minister (Medical).).

S. 481. Nagaland Peoples Party— represented by 482.Commissioner Secretary (Medical). Shri J.).N. 484. 473.S. Additional Secretary (Transport). Shri Neikhotso Liny. 480. Former Chief Minister. Shri T. 465. Imchen. Shri Lalhuma. Shri Khyamolotha. Shri Shorhozelie. 479. Shri Darshan Singh. ORISSA (Bhubaneswar) Government of Orissa— Conservation). 485. 468. 467. 464. 471. Shri M. . Shri Vizol. Zao. 486.N. Additional Secretary (Forest). 474.C. Shri Imtikunzuk. Angami. Ngullie. Vero.P. Nagaland. Memeber. Additional Secretary (Education). Nagaland. Secretary (Industry). Joint Secretary. Former Chief Minister. 476. 475. Joint Secretary (Law). Secretary (Supply). Shri C. Additional Secretary (Home). Public Secretary. 478. Shri T. Commissioner & Secretary (Agriculture). Shri Anil Kumar. Chairman and Former Minister of Agriculture. Shri Kipfelhou Angami.K. Additional Secretary (Geology & Mining). Secretary (Education). Shri Daniel Kent. Chetri. 477. Biswas. 463. 472. Chubala. Pandey. Former Member Rajya Sabha. 470. Ezung. 469.S. Commissioner & Secretary (Home). 483. O. 466.B. Development Commissioner & Shri R. Former Member Rajya Sabha.K. Home Commissioner. Shri R. Miss I. Bedi. Shri Kuska Sumi. Shri A. Shri Talitemjen. Shri R. Secretary (Plg. Commissioner & Secretary (Soil Shri S. Former Minister of Education. Secretary (Social Welfare). Shri Imkongmar Aier. (Law). 487. (P & AR). Lotha. Shri V.D.

510. Secretary. Das. 501. Orissa. 498. 495. Shri Rajinder Jain. Secretary. Agriculture University. Ramanan. Chakradhar Mishra. Shri T.A. Shri Devdas Chhotray.L. Secretary (Law).B. Nandini Sathpathi.K. 511. Secretary (Irrigation) Shri H. Ramachandran. Finance and Law. Secretary to Chief Minister. Dr. former Chief Minister. Shri R. Bhujabal. Mishra.R. Chief Minister. Home. Parija. Shri A. Orissa. Shri D. Nedunchezian. 500.R. 494. Secretary. 492. Narayanaswamy. Chief Minister. Mehta. Ramamurthy.G. 508.N. 497. 513. Minister. Plg. C. Chief Minister. Shri Hare Krushna Mehtab. Chief Secretary. 503. Smt. Law. Shri Gangadhar Mahapatra.V. Chief Secretary. Industry. Special Secretary (Planning) TAMIL NADU (Madras) Government of Tamil Nadu— represented by Dr. 502. Orissa. & Coord. Dr. 504. Shri V. Secretary.R. Finance. Samant. 491. G. 507. 489. Shri A.D. Ray. Secretary to Chief Minister. V. Shri L. Bhansani. Dev. 490. Special Secretary. Shri K. Addl. Shri Biju Patnaik. Addl.B. Orissa.C. Chief Secretary. Former Chief Minister. Commissioner & Secretary. Nanda. 493. Shri R. RAJASTHAN (At Delhi) Government of Rajasthan— represented by 505. Shri S. & Coord. Addl.K.C. M. 506. Home. Vice-Chancellor. Shri Harideo Joshi. 499.I. Shri J. 496. Secretary.B.R. Patnaik. Smt. .represented by 488. Shri Gian Chand. Kanungo. 509. Plg. Shri D. Former Chief Minister. Secretary (Finance). 512. Shri B. Mathur. Special Secretary.

517. Govendhan. Minister for Khadi. Minister for Commercial Taxes. 526. 520. Minister for Education. Vijayalakshmi Palanisamy. Madras. 533. 530. 521. Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Shri R. Shri N. Shri Ramachandran. Shri C. Commissioner & Secretary to Government.Minister for Finance. Natarajan. .K. 519. Veerasamy. 534.S. Minister for Rehabilitation & Employment.V. Veerappan. Minister for Law. Nallusamy. Minister of Nutritious Meals. Dr.V. Shri R. Shri S. 536. Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Gomati Srinivasan. Minister for Agriculture. Shri U. Muthusamy. Shri S. 516. Rajaram. Soundararajan. Shri S. Thirunavukkarasu. Minister for Housing. K. 529.S. 528. Arunachalam. Minister for Labour. Guhan. Ponnaiyan. Minister for Co-operation. Minister for Transport. Vadivelu. 524. Madras Institute of Development Studies.R. Minister for Rural Industries. Arranganayagam. Minister for Electricity. 537. Director. Minister for Industries. 527.G. 525.A. Minister for Tourism & Religious Endowments. Shri T. Shri T. 531. Shri V. Swaminathan. Shri A. Shri S. 532.R. Shri P. 535. Jagadeesan. Krishnasamy. Shri C. 515. Finance Department. Chief Secretary to the Government. Shri Anoor P. 522.. 514. Ramachandran. Shri S. Ramasamy. Smt. Handloom & Textiles. Law Department. Minister for Backward Class. Smt. 539. Shri T. 523. Kalimuthu.M. Antony. Shri M.U. Minister for Local Administration. 538. Minister for Food. Shri K. 518.S. Minister for Adi Dravidar Welfare. Minister for Excise. Minister for Social Welfare. Shri K.. Shri K. Ramachandran. Shanmugam.

548. Somu. Satyanarain Motturi. & 5 other office bearers. Gobichettipalayam. Shri M. Ex-M. Shri Thanjai V. Bakthavatchalam. 544. Representing Tamil Nadu Kamraj Congress. 559. Justice M. M.C.L. Dr. Tamil Arasu Kazhagam— represented by 541. M.A.T. Shri M. Madras.N. Advocate General. Former Governor. Constituent Assembly.S. Former Union Minister and Member of Constituent Assembly. 552. Jothivenkatachalam. 550. Alagesan.K. M. Shri K.P. Subramaniam. Tamil Nadu. 558. Madras High Court. Ramamurthy.P. Sivagnanam. Pariyar. 547. Advocate. 560. 543. . Shri D. 555.M. Member.). M.P. Party— represented by 551. Madras.M. TRIPURA (Agartala) Government of Tripura— 553. Distt. Shri P. Mathew. 557. Senior Advocate. 546. Ex-M. Shri Kandappan. Manoharan. Shri O. Former Chief Minister.L.. D. Ex-M. Krishnamoorthy. 556. Shri N. Shri C. Party. Treasurer of D. and 2 office bearers. Ismail.P. President of All India Christian Party— represented by 549.C.K. Shri N. Namadhu Kazhagam— represented by 545. ICS(Retd.. Shri S.V. Former Chief Justice. Shri Murasoli Maran. Shri Dhandapani.A.D.M. Anandhan.P. Shri K. Vanamamalai. 542. Shri Veerasamy.V.L. Somasundaram. Madras High Court. Shri K. Vaseekaran. 554. Former Union Minister and Member of the Constituent Assembly. Smt.540. Kerala. Shri Sadiq Pasha.

N.P. 583. Secretary. 573. Shri J. Secretary Pradesh Congress Committee (Tripura)— represented by 581. PWD. Transport Minister. 596. Shri Mahesh Prasad. . Tiwari. State Committee Forward Block— represented by 580. 590. Shri Bhanu Ghosh. Minister for Forest.R. Minister for Co-operation Shri I. Minister for Agriculture. Smt. Secretary. Representing RSD. Kalyanakrishan. Shri S. Law Secretary. Shri Brajo Gopal Roy. State Government. Das. 572. Shri Amelendu Dey. Chief Secretary. Education Minister. Shri Sudhir Ranjan Majumdar. 594. 564. 579. Commissioner Industry & Labour. Finance Secretary. 569. Shri C.B. Shri Sibte Rizvi. Minister for Jail & Rehabilitation. 593. Education. Deputy Secretary (Finance).L. Shri M. Commissioner Local Self Government. Deputy Secretary (Law). Chief Secretary. Secretary Shri Manik Sarkar Shri Sudarshan Bhattacharji. Dr.N. Chief Minister. Sanjay Singh. Bhattacharya. Shri J. Samal. 595. Shri Naresh Chander. Shri Jogesh Chakraborty.P. Roy. 570. Shri K. Shri Sundhanwa Deb Barma. Gupta. Shri Nripan Chakravarti. Shri Sibendra Bhattacharjee. 568. Smt. Chakrabarty. 584. 562. Secretary. Principal Secretary (Industries). 566. Chattopadhay. 585.A. Sinha. Shri D. 571. 574. 578. Roy. Shri B. Shri S. Forest & ICAT. Shri R. 567. 587. General Secretary. Sadhana Sinha. 575. Singh.K. Commissioner Agriculture. Shri A. Shri Pritosh Debbarma Shri Nani Gopal Saha. Shri Sunil Choudhuri. 576. 563. Secretary Transport. Commissioner Tribal Welfare.represented by 561. 565. Shri Arber Rahman. Tripura Government Employees Federation— represented by 582. UTTAR PRADESH (Lucknow) Government of Uttar Pradesh— represented by Shri Veer Bahadur Singh. 589. Planning Secretary. Shri Badal Choudhury. Agriculture Production Commissioner. Deb. CPI(M)— represented by 577. 592. Chief Minister. Santi Biswas. Shri H. 586. 588.S. Shri J. 591. Vardarajan.

604. Shri Nani Bhattacharyya. 600. WEST BENGAL (Calcutta) Government of West Bengal— represented by Lucknow University. Mathur. Gorakhpur University. Secretary (Industries). Joint Secretary (Law). Dr. Shri Chandra Pal. Shri Vibhava Bhushan.A. Shri Sambhu Charan Ghose. Shri R.T. Shri P. Lucknow. Shri T.P. 601. Prof. . Varanasi. Shri Jyoti Basu. Development & Planning. 622. 612. Shri H. Agriculture. Shri Prasanta Kumar Sur.V. MIC. Education (Higher). 614.P. Shri Kanti Biswas. MIC. Lucknow University. 613. MIC. 626. 607. Shri S. Shri D. Secretary (Irrigation). V. Thakur. MIC. 603. Shri Shahzad Bahadur. Rizvi.V. Bhattacharya. 624. 625. Anirudh Prasad. 605.P. 621. MIC. Commerce & Industries.K. U. Joint Secretary (Appointment).G. Shri K. Shri Shailendra Singh.K. Finance. Shri R. Papola. Gorakhpur. Shri Rajeev Kher. 618. Dr. 611. 610. 609. Chief Secretary. Shri Radhika Ranjan Banerji. Shri Narain Das. Education (School).D. Sharan. 599. Varanasi. Food & Supplies. 619. Krishnan. Irrigation & Waterways. Special Secretary (Education).D. Shri Nirmal Bose. L. & U. 616. Banaras Hindu University. Uttar Pradesh. 606. 608. Kharlukhi. L. Ashok Mitra.K.597. 615.M. 602. Secretary. Jariwala. Shri H. Local Government and Urban Development.C. Agarwal. Former Chief Secretary. Joint Secretary (Food). Special Secretary (Personnel). MIC. MIC. Shri Sripat Misra. 598. Reader in Economics. 620. Reader in Law. Special Secretary.S. Advocate General. Reader in Law. Dr. Chaube. Shri Kamal Guha. Shri S. Chief Minister Dr.M. Additional Secretary (Law). Former Chief Minister. C. MIC. Shri V. 623. U. Gupta. Joint Secretary (Finance).S. & Head of Department of Political Science. Director. Secretary to Chief Minister. Giri Institute of Development Studies. Dixit. 617.

President.627. Penn-Anthony. Shri T. Shri Saroj Mukharjee. 633.K. 647. 649. 641. Ex-Chief Minister. Former Congress President. 638. 640.P. Secretary Food & Supplies. Forward Block (Marxist)— represented by Shri Ram Chatterjee.S. Secretary. Shri A. 629. Home (P. Shri L.B.K. Secretary. 651. 635. Banerjee. 642. 637. Member of Constituent Assembly. Secretary. Secretary. Calcutta University. 636. Smt. Education (Higher).N. Secretary. Calcutta. Secretary. Banerjee. Renuka Ray. Chatterjee. Shri S. Shri C. & A. Acharya. Shri P. All India Forward Block (West Bengal Committee)— represented by Shri Anil Mukherjee. Revolutionary Communist Party— represented by Shri Bimalananda Mukherjee. 630.M. Sen. Poddar Former Vice-Chancellor.K. Barun De. Officer on Special Duty & Ex-Officio Secretary. Engineer-in-Chief & Ex-Officio Secretary.K. West Bengal. (with 7 other members). Finance Commission. Legislative. 646. Irrigation & Waterways. Shri P. Shri S. 634. Bhattacharya. 643.K. Shri A. 631.K. S. Shri Sukumar Mullick. 644. Ghosh. Intellectual & Water.). Dr. 648. Calcutta. Advocate General. 650. Chairman. 645.K. West Bengal Headmasters' Association—represented by Shri Bishnubrata Bhattacharya. Shri Annada Sankar Ray. Prof. . West Bengal State Committee (CPI) (M)— represented by Calcutta. Sarkar. Finance. Secretary. Judicial. 632. Dr.V. Agriculture. Economist. Basu. Vice-Chancellor. 639. Secretary. 628.R.K. Shri P. Shri R. Shri S. Shri Atulya Ghosh. Emeritus Professor of Economics and Former Member. Broca. Professor of History Centre for Studies in Social Sciences. Bhabatosh Datta. Education (School). Sen. Commerce & Industries. Shenoi. Shri A. Calcutta University.

Professor of Political Science. Shri P. Calcutta. 660. Govt. Sinha. of West Bengal. President. Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry— represented by Shri J. Shri Somendra Chandra Bose. Secretary. Shri Vaikuntha Govind Desai. 689. Principal & Dean Calcutta University Law College. Revolutionary Socialist Party— represented by Shri Jatin Chakrabarty. 665. Secretary. Economist. Ghosh.K. Shri Harish Narayan Prabhu Zantya. PWD & Housing Minister. Minister for Labour & Employment. Shri Prabhat Das Gupta.A. Calcutta University. Chairman. 671. Shri Saurin Bhattacharya. 674. Mathur. Shri Vishnu Kant Shastri. Raghuchander. Lecturer Calcutta University College of Law. 664. .L. West Bengal. President. Ramasubramanyam. M. Upadhyaya.J.652. 663. Shri Francisco Caetano Sardinha. 655. Shri R.L. Goa. 654. Law Secretary. Shri Mohit Bhattacharya. West Bengal. 676. 673. High Court Bar Association. Minister for Law & Industries. 653. 662. Minister for Power.K. Governor. Bharatiya Janata Party— represented by 656. Advocate. 661. 657. Daman & Diu. 672. GOA Sardar Gopal Singh. President. 667. Economist. Daman & Diu— represented by Shri Pratap Singh Raoji Rane.P. Das Gupta. Dr. Minister for Agriculture. M. Government of Goa. Biplab Das Gupta. Congress (I). Shri M. Shri Sunil Sen Gupta. Chief Secretary. B. Shri Chittaranjan Bag. Shri Suniti Chattaraj. 668. Shri Saikh Hassan Haroon. 670. 658. Shri T.D. West Bengal State Committee CPI— represented by Shri Kanai Bhowmik. Shri Swadhin Guha. 666. Chief Minister. 659. Dr. Lt. 675. Shri K.

690.D. General Secretary.L. Bhartiya Janata Yuva Morcha— represented by Shri Madhav Manohar Dhond. Shri Raju D. Secretary to Chief Minister. General Secretary. 687.O. 688. Shri Chander Kant Keni. 696. Maharashtrawadi Gomantak— represented by Shri Ravi Naik. 691. M. All Goa Youth Federation Editor. Sanydi. Shri R.K. Naik. Shri Lyam Sunder Lengi. Farook. General Secretary. 683.). Kambli. Konkani Projecho Ava— represented by Shri Pundalik N.. Manushkar. M. General Secretary.A. 682. Shri Uday Bhembre. Under Secretary (G. President.H. Shri Luizimbo Fabiro. Special Secretary (Planning). President. Wilfred de Souza. 693. Shri M. Martins. Shri Damodar Ghanekar. President. Genthe.G. Konkani Lekhak Sangh— represented by Shri Datta Naik. Treasurer. Goa Congress— represented by Dr.A. Shri G. President. Maharashtrawadi Gomantak. 679. 684. 694. Khalap. Joint Secretary. Yuva Janata— represented by Shri Cyril Pacheco. 685.S. PONDICHERRY Pondicherry Government— represented by 680. Subhanna. Vice-President. Convenor. 692.A. 689. Leader of the Opposition & General Secretary.L. 686. Shri Govind Panvelcar. Shri S. Goment Lok Polox— represented by Shri Mathanhy Saldanha. General Secretary All Goa Youth Federation— represented by Shri Sushrut A. Daily Rashtramet. . Editor. 681.677. 695. Shri B. 678.

Health Minister. 1 709. State D. Shri L. Nair. Shri E. N. Shri P. Dr.L. 701. Labour & Cooperation Minister. 717. 703. Shri A. Former Chief Minister Puduvai Mukkal Munnani Party— represented by Shri Era Cheram. Dwivedi. Chari. Vaithilingam. Shri V. 705. Shri Subramaniam. . Member Constituent Assembly.M. Shri S. Secretary to Government (Revenue). Member. 722.A. Prof. Secretary to Government (Education). Shri F. 710.A. 698. 708. 720. Chandraskhara Menon. Kerala. Ramachandran Former Chief Minister. Padmanbhan. Chief Secretary. 700. 706. Shri N. Shri R. Subbaraya Pillai. Convenor with Shri R. Namboodripad. Shri A. 713.M. S. 707. Secretary. Ex-M.R. Former Union Minister. Seretary to Government (Law). Pahnuna. Jankiraman. Public Works Minister. Ramasamy. Ganimaran. Karan Singh. Agriculture Minister. Supreme Court.M.A.K. Shri R. Constituent Assembly. Govindarajan. Development Commissioner. Member Constituent Assembly. Shri V.G.A. ICS (Retd. 702. 699. Shri R. Smt. Senior Advocate.L. NEW DELHI 716. Shri M. 721. Member Constituent Assembly. Gomala. 723. Shri P. 697. 712. 718. Former Governor. Secretary to Government (Finance). Former Chief Minister.V. Shri D. Joseph Mariadoss.L.L. Ranga. 704. Shri Dharama Vira. Shri S. 714.). Anandavelu. Shri Kishori Mohan Tripathi. 715. M.D. Shri Rakesh Mehta. 711. Diwakar. Dr. Secretary to Government (L. Palkhivala.A. M.S. 719.Chief Minister.).S. Kannan.

Constituent Assembly. Council. P. Shri S. 745. Dr. Smt. Government of India. 727. Former Cabinet Secretary.P. H. Dr. Planning Commission & Former Member. Member. Economic Admn. Member IV Pay Commission. 726. 739. N. New Delhi. Member.K. 743. Former Governor.S. Former Member Planning Commission. ICS (Retd. Ch. IAs (Retd.B. Member. Director.K. & Educationist. Shri K. Member. (Mrs. L. Prof. Spl. The Hindu. Professor Economist (Retd. Y. 741. Mussoorie. Constituent Assembly. Dr. Trivandrum & Member Economic Advisory. Member. Shri B. Correspondent. Shri L. Mrinal Datta Chowdhuri. Member. Shri Raja J. Constituent Assembly. 738. C. Economist. Chelliah. 742. Centre for Development Studies. Raj. Member Constituent Assembly.). ICS (Retd. Prof. Shri Tarlok Singh. Former. Dr. M.G. Fellow. Shri Satish Chandra. Reforms Commission and Chairman Indirect Taxation Enquiry Committee. Constituent Assembly.K. Shri L. Constituent Assembly.K. Member. 735.). Vishwanathan. Raj Krishna.) Formerly Chairman. Editor-in-Chief The Indian Express. 730. Professor. Alagh. 731. Seventh Finance Commission. Former Director. 725.724. Indian Law Instt. New Delhi. Delhi School of Economics. Planning Commission. National Institute of Public Finance and Policy. 737. 728. Constituent Assembly. Shri G. 732. Malviya.K. Shri S. Dr. 740. Singh. 734.). Shri R. Ram Sahai Tiwari.3 Member. Former Chairman. Member.). Mukarji. Planning Commission. Constituent Assembly. Bureau of Industrial Costs & Prices. Member. Nijalingappa.K. Hanumantha Rao.2 Member. 744. Economist. Economist. Former Governor. 733.. Planning Commission. 747. Reddy. Jha. ICS (Retd. Ranbir Singh. 736. D.V. 748. Sahay. Shri V. Planning Commission. Verghese. Jain. Mathur. Mathur. 746. The Statesman. .) Alice Jacob. Shri Renuka Ray.C. 729. Editor. Shri Mohan Singh Mehta. National Academy of Admn. Shri N.

757. Maheshwari. New Delhi.S. 771. Supreme Court. Ganesen. Shri K. 756. Jaipal Reddy. S. Senior Fellow. Sanjiv Gupta. Former Director General. Madu Dandavate. 751. Shri Satya Prakash Malviya. Sarkar. Leader of the Janata Party Lok Dal— represented by 770. Member of Permanent Court of Arbitration. Inder Malhotra. B. Prof. Shri A. 764. Dr. Senior Advocate. Dr. Justice S. Shri P. Leader of the Janata Party in Lok Sabha. National Police Commission. Janta Party— represented by 768. and Member-Secretary Planning Commission. The Times of India. Italy & Denamark. Shri R. 767.P. Dy. Professor. Shri Ram Krishna Bajaj. Secretary (Eco. Judge. Rangarajan. Committee Member. 761. Ex-President. Ashish Bose.D. Prof. General Secretary. Rukmani Menon. 769. 755.B. U. Goyal. Former Secretary. Edward Mc Whinney. K.P.S. . Former Ambassador to Nigeria. Shri G. Prof. Member of Parliament.R. Verney Douglas. 758. 762. Director. Shirali.K. Puri. Professor. 759. Mr. Ex-Law Secretary. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)—represented by 753. 763.C. Institute of Economic Growth. President. New Delhi. Former Finance Secretary. Indian Institute of Public Administration. 754. Resident Editor. Border Security Force 760. Shri K. Jain. Dubhashi. of Political Science & Public Admn. and Member. Committee on Change in Financial Year. Dr. Indian Institute of Public Administration. Canada. Shri Shyam Dhar Misra. Rustomji.C. Delhi. 750. Delhi. and Former Chairman. 772. New Delhi. Member Secretary. Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute.R. Bhattacharya. Shri J. Shri Mahavir Singh.R. S. Shri D. Dr. Shri A. 765.F. Delhi High Court. Dr. Institute of Economic Growth. 752..749. Dr. Retd. 766. Mrs.). Member of Parliament. Former Union Minister. Election Commission. Ramachandran.

A. A.E. 791. President. Vice-President.S. Railway Protection Force. Bihar. 780. Shri Dharam Bir Sinha. Sambamurti. Shri Ram Jethmalani Vice-President. 795. Unnikrishnan. Secretary.M. Shri M. Seshan. accompanied by Shri S. Secretary. General Secretary. Advisor. MP. Joint Secretary. Central Secretariat. Former Union Deputy Minister & Former Minister. Reddy. Shri N. Secretary.C.L. 774. Secretary. Joint Secretary. Railway Board. Gupta. Shri T. 793.C. 783. Shri J.I. Additional Inspector General. 775. Srivastava. 797. 788. Central Sectt. Shri T. Shri P.I. Secretary.C. (I)— represented by 782.K. 798. Sharma.P. Vijayasekharan. 776. Shri C. (Industrial Relations). SECRETARIES TO THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 784. Department of Power. 785. 794.G.B. C.R.I.C. Department of Expenditure accompanied by Shri C. Department of Food. Somiah.K. Banerjee.N. General Secretary.U. MP. Shri Kuldip Narain. 792.P. Shri Arjun Singh. Director General.C. Director. Raja Sekhar.K. Advani. Allahabad High Court Bhartiya Janata Party— represented by 773. Ganpati. Secretary. Member. Shri M. Shri R. Planning Commission accompanied by 777. 779. Chairman. Secretary Communist Party of India. Shiv Shankar. 786. Kohli. accompanied by Shri M. Shri Prakash Narain. Kishore S. 789. Rao. Shri V. Shri V. 790.— represented by Shri Homi Daji. Railway Reforms Committee. Shri L. Shri S. Department of Forests & Wild Life (Environment and Forests). Sharma.Ex-Judge. 787. Deo. 781. Malhotra. Chairman. Chaudhri. Railway Protection Force. 796. Additional Secretary. Kaushal. Union Minister for External Affairs.P. Member (Staff). Shri R.K. Shri K. Secretary. 778. Shri M. (Socialist)— represented by Shri K. .

Secretary. D. (Water Resources). 808. 813.799. Mehra.R. Mukherji. 802.P. Information and Broadcasting. Shri M. Department of Education accompanied by Shri P. Department of Education. Adviser. Shri B. Adviser.R.R. 823. Shri C. Department of Company Affairs. Joint Secretary. P.S. Subramanian. 818. 804.M. Sharma. Pradhan. Secretary.M. 821. Srivastava. Latey. Advisor. P. Additional Secretary. Additional Secretary.K. 820.K. 811. Secretary. 807. Adviser. Chairman.) Shri B. 819. 810. Plan Coordination Division. Khanna.K. Member (W. accompanied by Shri T. Dr. Small Scale Industry. Lall. . Adviser (P. P.W. Prespective Planning Division. Srivastava. Department of Mines.N. Department of Agriculture. 816. 815. Venkataramanan. Ministry of Home Affairs accompanied by Shri S. Joint Secretary. Joint Secretary (Planning). Shri M. Secretary. Department of Industrial Development accompanied by Shri P. 803. Financial Resources Division. 805. Shri G. Shri Badal Roy. Deputy Secretary. Dr. Secretary & Director General Technical Development. Secretary. Telang. 817. Balakrishnan. 822. Secretary. 801. Shri Anand Sarup.) C. 809. Adviser.C. 825.D. Additional Secretary and Development Commissioner.D. Joint Secretary. Shri G. Joint Secretary. S. Gupta. Mukherjee. Murari. Joint Secretary. Shri R. Shri S. accompanied by Shri D. Sahay. Shri S. Shri N. 814. Shri R. Patnaik. Chakraborti. Shri Ajit Kumar Panja. Shri Ramaswamy R. Iyer. Jakhade. 800. K. Shri G. Rao. Sundararajan.W.P. Minister of State for Planning accompanied by Dr. 812. D. Shri P. UNION MINISTERS 824. Chitale. 806. Shri A.A. Central Water Commission. Financial Resources Division. Secretary.

P. Chaturvedi.M. Shri C.D.A. COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL OF INDIA 850. Secretary. Director General. Secretary.S. Plan Coordination Division. Addl. Union Minister of Agriculture. . Shri Vishwanath Pratap Singh. Shri P. Shri Buta Singh. Mandal. Dhillon. Shri G. Shri N. Union Minister of Home Affairs. 841.S. accompanied by Shri R. Narasimha Rao. 838. Deputy Adviser. Dr. 833. Union Minister for Finance. 831. 832. State Plans Division. C. Sundra Rajan. Shri P. Secretary.A. 851. 843.826. 828. Union Minister for Human Resource Development. Deptt. to Minister. 849. 844. Deptt.S.C. Iyer. Shiv Shankar. 837. P. K.K. of Expenditure. Joint Secretary. 842. Shri K.V. Shri P. Smt. to Secretary. Department of Agriculture & Cooperation. 827. Dhar. 847. Mathur. Secretary.D. Shri K. Secretary. Deputy Secretary. Department of Rural Development. 829. Secretary. 830. Health Service. Shri S. Officer on Special Duty. Deptt.D. P. 846. Union Minister of Commerce. Dhonoa. Shri P. Sakesena. Dr.S. Bisht. Ardhanareeswaran. Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare accompanied by Shri S. Joint Secretary. Shri T. Director Shri A. Union Minister for Industries accompanied by Shri S. 845. Sharma.K. Shri V.N. Chakraborty.N. Moshina Kidwai. C. Srivastava. Umashankar. Shri G. of Public Enterprises. Tiwari. 848. Shri V. 836. accompanied by Shri Sattu Rama. 839. Shri S. 834. Srinivasan. R. 835. 840. Subramaniyan.R.B. Bandyopadhyay. Cooperation and Rural Development accompanied by Shri D. Additional Secretary. Ganapati. D. of Industrial Development. S. V. Joint Secretary.

Punjab Sardar Balwant Singh. Vice-Chairman. 853. Member. Dr. Shri C. Joshi.P. Shri Narayan Singh.S. 858. Sardar Manjit Singh Khaira. Punjab. Shiromani Akali Dal—(L) represented by Sardar Surjit Singh Barnala. President and former Chief Minister. General Secretary. Chaubey. Former Finance Minister. Secretary General. Punjab State Planning Board. . Treasurer Shri A. Indian Forest Service Association— represented by 852. 855. 857. General Secretary.S.Deputy Comptroller and Auditor General of India. M. K. 859. 854. 856. Gill.C. Sardar Balwant Singh Ramoowalia.

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