Many villages do not want to join Udaipur Development Authority, read what is the reason
Udaipur News: Many villages of Udaipur do not want to join the Udaipur Development Authority (UDA). Villagers say that many villages were earlier included in the city development but their condition has become worse than before. People have also submitted a memorandum to the collector regarding their demands. He said that these villages should be kept out of the UDA.
Many villages adjacent to the city do not want to join the Udaipur Development Authority (UDA). The villagers also demonstrated at the Udaipur district collector's office on Friday regarding their demands. The protesting villagers say that many villages were earlier included in the city development, but their condition has become worse than before. If his village is included in the UDA, his condition will worsen.
Protests have started regarding the villages involved in the UDA. People's representatives of Panchayati Raj of these villages argue that the appearance of the villages which were earlier taken into UIT, has not changed to date. Development did not happen, but at the same time, problems arose for development in the Panchayats also, because it was compulsory to take NOC for UIT.
In protest against this, people of about 24 villages of Girwa and Bargaon adjacent to Udaipur city have openly come out against it. The villagers have conveyed their views in this regard to the district administration. He said that these villages should be kept out of the UDA.
Former MLA of Udaipur Rural and Girva Pradhan Sajjan Katara and Congress member Dr. Vivek Katara submitted the memorandum. It was said in the memorandum that the Gram Panchayat included in the Udaipur Development Authority of Udaipur Rural Assembly Constituency is opposed by the villagers. Regarding this, these leaders demonstrated outside the District Collectorate and then submitted a memorandum to the District Collector. Dr. Vivek Katara said that due to the inclusion of the said Gram Panchayat in the Udaipur Development Authority, the villagers will have to face many problems and will also have to pay additional fees. He said that most of the tribals reside in these villages.
Villagers told that earlier when some villages were taken under the purview of UIT, the beauty there changed. Instead of development, problems arose. In the village, from the government building on the government land to the cremation ground, they used to go around the UIT. Even for making a water tank, one had to go around for NOC. UIT would have taken care of the land, but the villages were not developed. Even the villagers do not get the necessary facilities like roads, drains, and water. People's representatives of Panchayati Raj used to be named and had to go around UIT for work. In such a situation, if villages are added to the UDA, then the situation will become worse than before.
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