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Rajasthan should get the status of special heritage state

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25 May 23
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Rajasthan should get the status of special heritage state

Swachh Bharat Mission NSSC member KK Gupta demands from Prime Minister and Home Minister

Former Swachhata Brand Ambassador of Rajasthan and former chairman of Dungarpur Municipal Council, KK Gupta, member of the National Scheme Sanctioning Committee (NSSC) of Swachh Bharat Mission Rural, Government of India, demanded that Rajasthan should be given the status of Special Heritage State in the nectar of independence. In an exclusive interview with a reputed TV channel in New Delhi, he demanded this to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Along with this, he said that a strict law should also be made to punish the civic officials responsible for cleanliness if they fail to discharge their responsibilities. Gupta said there should also be a strict punishment provision for the people who spread dirt and garbage.

 KK Gupta said that he had been appointed as judicial amicus curiae for Municipal Council Jhunjhunu and Municipality Mandawa and Nawalgarh by the Honorable Permanent and Perpetual Lok Adalat District and Sessions Court Jhunjhunu. He is now handling cleanliness, environmental protection, water conservation, traffic relief, and stray animal prevention in these bodies of Shekhawati zone, including the responsibility of beautification and restoration of the world-famous old Havelis, which have an important place in this area from the point of view of tourism.
 
KK Gupta explains that these old havelis of the Shekhawati region have historical and cultural significance. These Havelis also introduce us to our ancient culture and connect us to our glorious civilization. Still, it is being seen that under a conspiracy to remove the tourists from here in a planned manner, these havelis are being demolished, and the so-called land is being built. The mafias are hatching a conspiracy to destroy these Havelis.
Gupta said that Rajasthan is known as an Open Art Gallery, and many places of heritage importance present in Rajasthan are famous in the country and the world. At present, Rajasthan is the largest state in the country in terms of area. Along with attracting domestic and foreign tourists, it also holds the top position in terms of tourism. More than half of the tourists who come to Rajasthan come to see the ancient havelis of the Shekhawati region. The tourism business plays an important role in the overall development of any region. Tourism is a big industry in itself. Due to the arrival of domestic and foreign tourists, along with the increase in the country's and the state's revenue, thousands of people also get employment.
For the protection of huge heritage assets scattered all around Rajasthan, amicus curiae KK Gupta suggested that the Central Government should immediately give a special heritage state to Rajasthan. At present, we are celebrating 75 years of independence and this golden period is going on in the country, and in such a good period, if Rajasthan, the country's largest state, gets a special status and tourists will be attracted in more numbers due to more and more facilities. The state government should also set up a special fund for this and use this amount for tourism development.

KK Gupta says that the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan is where such talents have been born, who have later won their laurels in the industry and brought laurels to their motherland in the country and the world. Prominent industrialists from here include Lakshmi Niwas Mittal, known worldwide as Steel King, Aggarwal of Vedanta Group, Rahul Bajaj, Aditya Birla, Goenka, Piramal, Dalmia, Khaitan, Poddar, Morarka, Rungta, Singhania, Bangar, Mittal, Bhartia etc. are the main names. Apart from these, many industrialists from Shekhawati are doing business in many cities of the country and abroad. They have a big contribution to the GDP growth of the country. Along with saving the cultural, historical and ancient identity of such prosperous areas, especially Jhunjhunu, Nawalgarh and Mandawa, from extinction, new dimensions of development should be established along with innovations in terms of cleanliness and tourism.


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