Uttarakhand

Formation of new districts in the state soon, waiting for the report of the committee: Dhami

The Chief Minister said, the draft of the Uniform Civil Code will be ready by June 30

Kashipur. Chief Minister Pushkar Dhami said that new districts will be formed soon in the state. For this, the government is waiting for the report of the committee formed earlier for the formation of new districts. The Chief Minister said that the draft of the Uniform Civil Code would also be prepared by June 30. On the sharing of responsibility, the CM said that the workers need not be disheartened, soon work will be done on this.
Talking to reporters in Kashipur on Monday, Dhami said that our government has always been serious about new districts. Our effort is to provide good governance. We want everyone to have easy access to the government and everyone’s problems should be resolved. The decisions that need to be taken in favor of the state including the districts will be taken. Kashipur area is already developing as an industrial city.

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There is a demand to create new districts here in the state
The demand for new districts started arising since the formation of Uttarakhand state, but the initiative in this direction was taken on August 15, 2011 by the then Chief Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. He announced the creation of four new districts on Independence Day. These included Yamunotri in Uttarkashi district, Kotdwar in Pauri, Ranikhet in Almora and Didihat in Pithoragarh as new districts. Then Kashipur’s name was not there in the list of new districts. Seeing the anger of the people, the Nishank government had given its verbal consent even after Kashipur was declared a district. Later, after taking over the power, at the time of CM Bhuvan Chandra Khanduri, in December 2011, there was also a mandate regarding new districts

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