Aligarh News: In the cabinet meeting held in Lucknow, 16 villages have been included in Aligarh Municipal Corporation. In 2017, 19 villages had joined the municipal corporation. In the municipal elections to be held this time, people of 35 villages will be able to contest and vote for the mayor and councilor for the first time.
These 16 villages are included in Aligarh Municipal Corporation
16 more villages adjoining Aligarh city have been included in the municipal limits. Devsaini, Talaspur Kalan, Sukhravali, Badauli Fateh Khan, Dayanatpur Rasila, Hajipur Chauhatta, Bhakraula, Daulara Nirpal, Khedia Khwaj Budhwa, Ajitpur Asna, Rustampur Sakat Khan, Padiyavali, Bhadesi Mafi, Nagla Pankhani, Alinagar, now part of Sindhauli Corporation Will be.
16 princes will be the head
After the inclusion of 16 villages adjacent to the city in the municipal corporation, the headship of the heads of these 16 villages will be abolished. Panchayat elections were held in these 16 villages only last year. In 2017, 19 villages were also included in the municipal corporation, after which the headship was abolished.
For the first time people of 35 villages will vote for the mayor and councilor
By putting 19 villages included in 2017 along with 16 villages included this time, there will be a total of 35 such voters, who will be able to contest and vote for the mayor and councilor of the municipal corporation for the first time.
In 2017 19 villages were included in the municipal corporation which includes Dhanipur, Asadpur Kayam, Maheshpur, Manzoorgarhi, Ramgarh Panjipur, Quarsi, Dhorramafi, Baraula Jaffrabad, Sarsaul, Elampur Gadiya, Alapur Gadiya, Ashrafpur Jalal, Rorawar, Mullapara Bhujabad, Palladapura. Sahibabad, Gambhirpura, Kishanpur, Kasba Kol were the villages.
May be 70 to 90 Wards in Municipal Corporation
This time the number of wards will increase in the Municipal Corporation of Aligarh by putting 16 villages and 19 villages included in 2017. The number of floods in the municipal corporation is likely to increase from 70 to 90.