The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government said that it will form an independent statutory nuclear regulatory body to monitor the functioning of nuclear power plants and their safety measures. The bill for the same will be tabled in the next session of Parliament. In the absence of private participation in the nuclear power sector, the new regulatory body will help make the entire process transparent. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that the bill for the independent and autonomous Nuclear Regulatory Authority of India will be introduced in the next session of Parliament.MP Ram Mohan, an expert on nuclear law at the Energy Research Institute, said that the government's decision will make the working of atomic energy regulators more transparent as it will involve more participation by social scientists. The government will now be in a better condition to tackle the agitation against the proposed 9,900 MW Jaitapur nuclear plant as the locals fear a disaster in future. Srikumar Banerjee, who heads the Department of Atomic Energy, said that the "statutory" status will make a difference.
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