Gilgit Baltistan notifies four more districts the total number of districts now 14
Gilgit Baltistan notifies four more districts the total number of districts now 14

Gilgit Baltistan notifies four more districts, the total number of districts now 14

In a historic move, the federal government of Gilgit Baltistan on Monday notified four more districts in the region making the total number of management devices to 14. According to the statement of the local federal government, names of these brand-new districts will certainly be, District Darel, District Tangir, District Yaseen and also District Rondu. Previously, these new districts were sub-divisions.

Gilgit-Baltistan is administratively split right into 3 divisions which, in turn, are currently split right into 14 districts, containing the 5 Baltistan areas of Skardu, Shigar, Kharmang, Rondu and also Ghanche, as well as the four Gilgit districts of Gilgit, Ghizer, Hunza as well as Nagar and also 4 districts of Diamer and Astore belong to Diamer Division. The principal administrative facilities are the communities of Gilgit as well as Skardu.

It additionally clears up that the Revenue Division, Police Ranges, Subdivisions, Tehsils, and Sub Tehsils/ Niabats shall stay the same as formerly.

Nonetheless, after needs from other components of GB, the ruling event in GB had determined to add two even more districts with the addition of Yaseen as well as Rondu. He had additionally asserted that Rs50 billion would certainly be allocated in the next year budget for establishing the new areas. He stated 400 people had been given work in Diamer district; a 200-bed hospital would be completed in the area within seven months as well as Rs. 1bn would be offered for establishing a polo ground in Chila

Chief Minister Hafeezur Rehman, in April 2019, had introduced that two more areas were being sculpted out from Diamer area of Gilgit-Baltistan. Speaking at a public ceremony in Chilas he had announced that the Deral Valley and also the Tangir Valley in Diamer would certainly be two districts and also a notification in this regard would be issued in May.

There were ten areas formerly, namely Ghanche, Skardu, Shigar, Kharmang, Gilgit, Ghizer, Hunza, Nagar, Diamer, and also Astore.

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