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Three new districts in Uttar Pradesh

The new districts —Prabuddha Nagar, Panchsheel Nagar and Bhim Nagar —were set up in the western region of the state

New Delhi:  In Uttar Pradesh, three new districts including Prabuddha Nagar, Panchsheel Nagar and Bhim Nagar were set up on Wednesday in the western region of the state.

With these new districts, the total number of districts has gone up to 75 in the state. Chief Minister Mayawati announced on Wednesday the formation of new districts during her one-day visit to the western districts of the state.

The new district of Prabuddha Nagar has been carved out of Muzaffar Nagar district. Shamli and Kairana tehsils from Muzaffar Nagar are being included in the new district whose headquarter will be at Shamli.

New district Panchsheel Nagar has been set up carving out from Ghaziabad. Garh Mukteshwar, Hapur and newly set up Daulana tehsils of Ghaziabad will be included in the new district and Hapur will be its’ headquarter.

Bhim Nagar will be the 75th district of the state. It has been carved out from Moradabad and Badaun districts. Chandausi and Sambhal tehsils of Moradabad and Gunnaur from Badaun are being included in new district. Sambhal has been announced as it’s headquarter.

Kharkhauda+Gulauthi should be in Panchsheel Nagar

Kharkhauda and Gulauthi should be in Panchsheel Nagar(Hapur) District for their better development. Also Hapur is nearer than their current district headquarters.

Chandan Tyagi
Sr. Software Engineer

three new district in uttar pradesh

this is a good work of Mayawati government as there is always posibility of better development of small district. But is is done before election that sounds some benifit in election.

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