Committee formed for reorganization of new districts in Rajasthan, CM gave approval

Jaipur : Rajasthan Chief Minister Bhajanlal Sharma has approved the formation of a committee regarding the reorganization of districts in the state. Issuing a notification in this regard on Friday night, it was told that this committee constituted under the chairmanship of former IAS Lalit K Panwar will submit its report to the cabinet sub-committee regarding the reorganization of new districts.

A sub-committee was recently constituted

The previous Ashok Gehlot government had formed 17 new districts and reorganized three divisions on the recommendation of the Ram Lubhaya Committee, which the BJP was constantly opposing. Now the BJP is in power in the state. In such a situation, the state government had decided to review the administrative needs, financial resources and other points of the newly formed districts. Recently, a cabinet sub-committee has also been formed in this regard. The newly formed committee will submit its report to the cabinet sub-committee.

Premchand Bairwa is the convener of the sub-committee

Let us tell you that Deputy Chief Minister Premchand Bairwa has been made the convener of the cabinet sub-committee formed to complete the process of formation of new districts. While Minister Colonel Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, Minister Kanhaiya Lal Chaudhary, Minister Hemant Meena and Minister Suresh Singh Rawat have been made members. The administrative department of the committee will be the Revenue Department and its member secretary will be the Additional Chief Secretary/Administration Secretary Revenue Department. Now this committee will prepare its report on the formation of new districts and submit it to the government.

Who is former IAS Lalit K Pawar?

Former IAS Lalit K Pawar is originally from Barmer district. He has worked on many important posts like JDC, Tourism Secretary and RPSC President during the tenure of former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. He had joined BJP during the Lok Sabha elections. The Bhajan Lal government of the state has now given him the responsibility of preparing a detailed report of the new districts and divisions formed during the tenure of former Ashok Gehlot and submitting it to the cabinet sub-committee.

These are the 17 new districts and 3 divisions of Rajasthan

The new districts in Rajasthan include Anupgarh, Gangapur City, Kotputli, Balotra, Jaipur City, Khairthal, Beawar, Jaipur Rural, Neemkathana, Deeg, Jodhpur City, Phalodi, Didwana, Jodhpur Rural, Salumber, Dudu, Kekri, Sanchore and Shahpura. Apart from this, three new divisions have been created in Rajasthan, which include Banswara, Pali and Sikar. Due to elections, the entire process of their formation has not been completed yet. In such a situation, now the Bhajanlal government of the state has formed a committee with the aim of completing the process of formation of 17 new districts and 3 divisions.