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By Our Special Correspondent
The NCM is scheduled to be in Gujarat on April 17 and 18 in its second visit to the State since disturbances started over a month ago. In preparation of the mandate that the NCM has set for itself, it has been in contact with the leaders of various communities so as to involve them in this "peace-making initiative''.
During the visit, the NCM team will also take stock of the efforts made by the State administration to restore normality. In particular, it will review the measures adopted in pursuance of its own suggestions which were communicated to the State time and again; directly and through the office of the Prime Minister.
Meanwhile, the Commission today received from the Gujarat administration a detailed report of the action taken to restore normality in the State. It will examine the report before the visit.
Also, the Commission is expected to submit its own report on Gujarat early next week. Though the NCM team had visited Gujarat in mid-March, the submission of the report had been delayed purportedly because of the reluctance on the part of the State administration to furnish details. These details were provided to the NCM in person by the Chief Secretary, G. Subba Rao, last Saturday, when he responded to the Commission's summons.
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