The Rajasthan Government will be sending proposals worth Rs 6,407 crore to the Centre for developing four smart cities in the State. The proposals were approved by a high-powered panel that met on Monday under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary C S Rajan.
Apart from Jaipur, Udaipur, Kota and Ajmer are proposed to be developed as smart cities in the State. The proposals would include specific area-based as well as wider region-based development plan.
The proposals will be sent on December 15, covering sustainable mobility management system, heritage conservation, public transportation and solid waste management components of urban development.
Jaipur has received an amount of Rs 2,404 crore, the largest amount of the smart cities money pie, followed by Kota which will get Rs 1,493 crore. For Ajmer and Udaipur, projects worth Rs 1,300 crore and 1,221 crore respectively, have been sanctioned.
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