UNDER A VIDARBHA-BUNDELKHAND INITIATIVE OF THE NATIONAL FEDERATION FOR NEW STATES (NFNS), “NEW STATES FOR NEW INDIA” CAMPAIGN WILL BE HELD IN NEW DELHI
New Delhi 3rd May 2016, With a demand for the formation of Vidarbha and Bundelkhand States, as part of the â€˜New States for New India’ Campaign, will be launche by the National Federation for New States (NFNS). A press conference is going to be conducted on 5th of May 2016 at 3.00 P.M. at the Press Club of India, Raisina Road, (opposite Chelmsford Club), New Delhi.
The event will be attended by Mr. Raja Bundela, the Working President & a Film Artiste who hails from Bundelkhand, Mr Munish Tamang General Secretary Gorkhaland and Mr Pramod Boro Joint Secretary Bodoland.
That a part, the President of NFNS, has resigned from the prestigious post that of the Advocate-General, for the State of Maharashtra, on the issue of division of Maharashtra into atleast two new States, Marathwada & Vidarbha.
And, in the context of the giant State of U.P., which is supposed to be bigger than 114 Countries of the world in terms of population as well as geographical area, is now sought to be divided into atleast three States, based on historical, cultural, ecological and economic criteria.
The event will reiterate the need to look at the demand for creation of new States, as a tool for good-governance, and that it will in this context, that the NFNS will be demanding the re-mapping of India.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Raja Bundela, the Working President of NFNS & a Film Artiste said, “That apart, there is the need to look at the demand for creation of new States, as tools of good-governance, and it is in this context, that the NFNS is going to the demanding the re-mapping of India.”
Mr. S. G. Aney, Senior Advocate (Vidarbh), The President of NFNS and The Former Advocate-General of Maharashtra said, “The seminal views of Dr. Baba Saheb B.R. Ambedkar, will be highlighted on the vexed issue of demand for smaller states and creation of more than one state speaking the same language, away from the policy of creating one-language one-state, which was the case in the 1956 re-organisation of States.”
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