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The central government on Friday approved the Maharashtra government’s decision to rename Aurangabad as ‘Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar’ and Osmanabad as ‘Dharashiv’. Therefore, the renaming of these cities, which has been in discussion for many years, has finally been completed. Changing the name of any city has to go through a specific process at the administrative level. This process costs Rs 200 to Rs 300 crore till the actual name change is completed. Who is in the lead in terms of name change? Although Uttar Pradesh has been the most controversial city name changer, the state is not at the forefront of changing names. Andhra Pradesh has the highest number of name changes at 76. Tamil Nadu has changed the names of 31 places and Maharashtra has changed the names of 18 places. What is the process? The state cabinet has the right to change the name of any city. Generally, this proposal is considered only if the people of the city make a demand in this regard. The government can also bring a proposal to change the name of the city before the cabinet on the demand of an MLA. After the Cabinet approves the resolution to change the city’s name, the State Assembly gives its seal. The proposal is then sent to the Union Home Ministry for approval. After this, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs takes the No Objection Certificate from the concerned Ministries and Departments on this proposal. It includes Ministry of Railways, Department of Posts, Ministry of Road Transport etc. After receiving the no objection certificate from each department, the Ministry of Home Affairs approves the respective proposal and the name change takes effect. For what, how much does it cost? Changing the name of a city costs between Rs 200 to Rs 300 crore. If the city is big, this cost can go up to 1000 crores. Government stationery has to be changed. All public notice boards in the city, boards at railway and bus stations, cost of changing boards on roads also have to be changed. Andhra Pradesh 76 Tamil Nadu 31 Kerala 26 Maharashtra 18 Karnataka 14 Madhya Pradesh 13 Gujarat 12 p. Bengal 9 Uttar Pradesh 8 Telangana 8 Haryana 6 Punjab 4 Rajasthan 4 Assam 3 Goa 3 Odisha 2 Padducherry 2 Himachal 2 Chhattisgarh 1 Mizoram 1 Nagaland 1 Web Title: Change the city name? It is not only political, but money is also a problem, article on Chatrapati Sambhajinagar of Auragabad, Dharashiv of Usmanabad Get Latest Marathi News, Maharashtra News and Live Marathi News Headlines from Politics, Sports, Entertainment, Business and hyperlocal news from all cities of Maharashtra .
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