Air Force Station at Badgaon and Helipad at Pratap Smarak


Air Force Station at Badgaon and Helipad at Pratap Smarak

State Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria, on his visit to Badgaon to inaugurate the Tehsil Office at the Badgaon Panchayat Samiti, announced that the village should be set for immense development over the next few years - with a proposed Rs. 20,000 Crore Project to develop an Air Force Centre; a heritage site in the name of Bappa Rawal, similar to the Pratap Smarak; Golf Course and Science Park. Kataria announced that SDM office will also be run from the Tehsil Office

 
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Air Force Station at Badgaon and Helipad at Pratap Smarak

Subsequent to the establishment of the Rana Pratap Smarak at Badgaon area in Udaipur, the Panchayat has been asked to prepare itself for further developments running into thousands of Crores.

State Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria, on his visit to Badgaon to inaugurate the Tehsil Office at the Badgaon Panchayat Samiti, announced that the village should be set for immense development over the next few years – with a proposed Rs. 20,000 Crore Project to develop an Air Force Centre; a heritage site in the name of Bappa Rawal, similar to the Pratap Smarak; Golf Course and Science Park.  Kataria announced that SDM office will also be run from the Tehsil Office.

Announcing a few more initiatives, the State Home Minister said that the government is also considering considering building a Helipad and Visitors Parking area around the Rana Pratap Smarak at Badgaon.

Air Force Station at Badgaon and Helipad at Pratap Smarak

Rs. 6,200 Crore of development projects towards development of roads and railway are scheduled to begin from January 2017 as well, announced CP Joshi.  Joshi also said that while meeting Central Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on his visit to Udaipur on Tuesday, the duo had discussed opening an Armed Forces Recruitment Centre at Udaipur as well, to enthuse further participation from Southern Rajasthan in recruitment in Armed Forces.

Elaborating on the Cow Protection Fund, Kataria said subsequent to the proposal for the Chief Ministers Cow Protection Fund, the collections towards the fund will result in a corpus of Rs 200-220 Crore, which can be utilised towards Cattle Protection.  Under the Fund procedure, a Re. 1/- per day deposit for employees under Pay Band 1-6; Re. 2/- for employees between Pay Band 7 and 3; Re. 3/- per day for employees in Pay Band 4 has been proposed.

Additionally, a 10% surcharge on Mandi Fees will be charged and those Devasthan or Trusts having a turnover of Rs. 5 Crore and above per annum will be charged a 5% cess.

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