CM Gehlot’s big political bet before the elections, announced 19 new districts and three divisions, read the list

Rajasthan New Districts Name: Before the assembly elections to be held in Rajasthan, CM Ashok Gehlot has made a big announcement. The CM announced 19 new districts and three new divisions in the state in the House. After Gehlot’s announcement, the districts in Rajasthan will now increase from 33 to 50, while the number of divisions will increase from seven to ten. The demand for creation of new districts was going on for a long time, on which the CM approved. In the House, the Chief Minister said that he had been demanded for the formation of some new districts. For this a high level committee was constituted and the final report was received. CM said that now he announces formation of new districts in the state.

Which new districts will be formed?

New districts of Anupgarh, Beawar, Balotra, Deeg, Didwana, Dudu, Gangapur City, Jaipur North, Jaipur South, Jodhpur East, Jodhpur West, Kekri, Kotputli, Behror, Khairthal, Phalodi, Salumbar, Sanchore, Shahpura and Neem police stations in the state. Will be

three new divisions
After the announcement of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, there will be three new divisions in Rajasthan. In this, Banswara, Pali and Sikar will be new divisions. Till now there were Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bharatpur, Kota, Ajmer and Bikaner divisions.

Jaipur and Jodhpur divided into two districts
Significantly, the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur and Jodhpur have now been divided into two districts. Earlier there were total 33 districts in Rajasthan and now 19 districts have increased.

CM Gehlot also announced to increase the scope of MLA fund
It is being told that the scope of Annual Fund (MLALAD) given to MLAs for development is also being increased. CM has announced to change its rules. Along with this, the number of works to be done under this is also being increased.

Announcement of recruitment of Madrasa Parateachers
CM Ashok Gehlot said that more than 6,000 posts of madrassa parateachers will be recruited in Rajasthan. CM Gehlot said that now students studying in madrassas will be given two uniforms and a budget of Rs 75 crore is proposed for this.

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