Alwar News: RSRIDB chairman and Tijara MLA Sandeep Yadav has resigned from his post for not making Bhiwadi a district. He said that the government had given support for the development of the area and making Bhiwadi a district.
Alwar: in an election year Gehlot government of Rajasthan in one fell swoop Formation of 19 new districts done. There is happiness in the districts related to this announcement made in the budget session, but there is also displeasure in those districts, where such an announcement was expected for a long time. There was a struggle for this as well. of these Alwar Sub Division Bhiwadi also includes.
On not making Bhiwadi a district Tijara MLA And Rajasthan Sub Region (NCR) Infrastructure Development Board (RSRIDB) Chairman Sandeep Yadav Has expressed displeasure. MLA Sandeep Yadav resigned from the post of chairman of the board and said that he had supported the Gehlot government in the name of development, but he has been disappointed. Said that he had been demanding to make Bhiwadi or Tijara a district for a long time.
He was repeatedly arguing that Bhiwadi is also fulfilling all the conditions for making the district. This is the biggest and most revenue generating industrial area of the state and all the district level offices are already operating here.
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Despite this, the government ignored their demands. Due to this, the people of his area have been deeply hurt. Please tell that MLA Sandeep Yadav was elected as MLA on BSP ticket. He is among the six MLAs who left the BSP and joined the Congress and joined the government. But now he is saying that it was his mistake. MLA Sandeep Yadav said that the main objective of supporting the Gehlot government was to make Bhiwadi or Tijara a district. Gehlot government had given assurance for this, but in the end their demand was not accepted.
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In such a situation, there is no justification for continuing on the post nominated by the government. According to Sandeep Yadav, Bhiwadi and Tijara in Alwar district are about 70 km away from the district headquarters. In such a situation, the people of this area have to face a lot of trouble in going to the district headquarters for minor work. In view of such situation, the plan to make Bhiwadi a district is in the works for many years. Almost all the district level offices are also functioning here, but this announcement of the government has once again shocked the region.