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Gondia Request for merger of eight villages in Madhya Pradesh

Gondia, Amgaon Municipal Council has been under administrative management for the last 8 years. Which directly affects the development works of the area and the citizens here do not get the benefit of many government schemes. Agitated by this, all party leaders and citizens under Amgaon Municipal Council Sangharsh Samiti submitted a memorandum to Chief Minister Eknath Shinde through Tehsildar Mansi Patil to the state government in Amgaon, Bangaon, Kidangipar, Malhi, Padampur, Kumbhartoli, Birsi in Amgaon Tehsil. of Gondia district. If Risama cannot provide justice to the people of these eight villages, then all these villages should be included in the border state of Madhya Pradesh or this district should be declared as a union territory.

It is noteworthy that Amgaon, Bangaon, Kidangipar, Malhi, Padampur, Kumbhartoli, Birsi, Risama are eight villages of Amgaon Tehsil in Gondia District of Maharashtra State. The total population of these villages is about 40 thousand. In the first year 2015, the state government gave Nagar Panchayat status to all Tehsil headquarters.

After which Gram Panchayat of Amgaon Tehsil headquarters was converted into Nagar Panchayat and the work started. After this, on the demand of the local people, the state government issued a notification for the constitution of Amgaon Municipal Council by merging eight villages and the process of elections started with the creation of municipal council wards.

Meanwhile, some people filed a petition in the Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court challenging the state government’s notification to form a town council, with only Amgaon included in the town panchayat and all villages included in Amgaon town. the council were included in the gram panchayat as before.required to be maintained. After hearing all the parties, the High Court canceled the state government’s notification to form a city council and gave instructions to restore the previous situation.

Against this direction, the state government turned to the Supreme Court, because then the case was pending in the Supreme Court. Since the case is pending before the court, the state government is running the affairs of the city council on trust of the administrator. After 2014, no local Swaraj Sanstha elections have been held in these villages. Meanwhile, two governments changed in the state, but the future of the Amgaon Municipal Council could not be resolved.

Agitated by this, the representatives of all the parties and the citizens requested the Chief Minister to either resolve the issue and restore normalcy here or all the above mentioned 8 villages should be included in Madhya Pradesh. So that the area can develop. The delegation included Ravi Kshirsagar, Yashwant Mankar, Sanjay Bahekar, Uttam Nandeshwar, Ritesh Chauth, Muna Gawli, Vijay Nagpure, Mahesh Uke, Rahul Chute, Prabhadevi Uprade, Jagdish Chute, Balu Vanjari, Pinkesh Shende, Anand Bahaun, Ik Ghanshyam Menhe included. , Chinu Meshram, Vicky Bawn, Aditya Meshram, Shubham Kawle, Ramdas Gaidhane, Tushar Chachane and other workers.

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