This brings the total number of districts in the state to 50. During today’s budget session in the Rajasthan Assembly, Gehlot announced the formation of new districts and divisions.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot announced the formation of 19 new districts and three new divisions on Friday, just days before the assembly elections. This brings the total number of districts in the state to 50. During today’s budget session in the Rajasthan Assembly, Gehlot announced the formation of new districts and divisions.
“We received requests to create some new districts in the state. “We formed a high-level committee to examine these proposals, and we have received the final report,” he said before announcing the formation of new districts in the state.
Here is a list of the 19 new districts.
Anupgarh, Balotra, Beawar, Deeg, Didwana-Kuchaman City, Dudu, Gangapur City, Jaipur North, Jaipur South, Jodhpur East, Jodhpur West, Kekri, Kotputli, Khairthal, Neemkathana, Phalodi, Salumbar, Sanchore, Shahpura are among the 19 new districts (Bhilwara).
Banswara, Pali, or Sikar have been assigned as new divisions, bringing the total number of divisions in the state to ten.
The Rajasthan Chief Minister’s announcement of 19 new districts demonstrates the state government’s commitment to bettering the lives of its citizens. This move is expected to bring the government closer to the people and address issues that those living in remote areas face. The creation of new districts will also improve administrative service efficiency and provide better access to healthcare and education. The decision was reached after extensive consultation with local leaders and administrative officials, and it is expected to have a positive impact on the state’s overall development. To summarise, the establishment of new districts in Rajasthan is an important step towards ensuring the state’s overall development and fulfilling the promise.