The Ajmer Development Authority (ADA) has passed a budget of Rs 555 crore, with a major focus on developing Pushkar as an industrial and spiritual hub. Land will be provided to different sects to develop their ashrams in Pushkar.
“This will help to develop the economy. Besides, the devotees coming to this holy place will also come to know about different philosophies of religion,” said ADA Chairman Shiv Shanker Heda, reported The Times of India.It has also been decided that different states will be given land to develop their cultural and tourist centres in Pushkar.
A ‘swastik’ shaped building will also be constructed where different states will have their statehouses. Different facilities will also be provided so that small and medium scale industrialists including handicraft industry of Pushkar can develop their businesses.
For Ajmer, centres of historical importance will be identified which will then be developed as tourist places.
To address the issue of traffic, the ADA board has decided to depute consultants to prepare a plan on the issue. ADA also passed plans for developing parks, constructing roads, drainage and other facilities in Ajmer.
ADA has prepared a proposal to establish a tribunal for disposal of litigations related to land and will send it to the state government soon, the report said citing sources.
“This will help litigants with quick disposal of matters. Also, they will not have to run from one court to another. The decision of this tribunal could only be challenged in the high court,” Heda added.