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Residents of two districts of the city of Tashkent opposed their transfer to the Tashkent region

On August 7, residents of the Urikzor, Kuksaroy and Zarafshon mahallas of the Uchtepa district of Tashkent city sent a petition to the government of Uzbekistan, in which they opposed the transfer of the above three mahallas to the Zangiata district of the Tashkent region.

As it became known from the sources of Ozodlik, residents of the Ulugbek mahalla (Ulugbek town) of the Mirzo-Ulugbek district of Tashkent city are also collecting signatures under a letter to the government in which they disagree with the transfer of their mahalla to the Kibray district of the Tashkent region.

Formerly “Liberty” reported that in the morning and evening of August 6, about 300 residents of Urikzor and Zarafshon makhallas gathered near the building of the makhalla committee to express their disagreement with the transfer of their makhallas to the Zangiata region of the Tashkent region.

Recall, the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoev on August 5 got acquainted with projects to change the territorial structure of adjacent districts of Tashkent and Tashkent region. It was noted that for the convenience of the population, it is planned to transfer 1,010 hectares of capital lands under the jurisdiction of the Tashkent region and transfer 8371 hectares of regional lands to Tashkent.

According to the plan, a new Yangikhayetsky district with an area of ​​4086 hectares will appear in the capital, which will include 1752 hectares from the Sergeli district, 267 hectares from Bektemirsky, almost 328 hectares from Zangiata, about 129 – Kuyichirchiksky, 263 – Yangiyulsky and 1346 hectares – from Urtachirchiksky districts.

August 7 at the State Committee of Uzbekistan for Land Resources, Geodesy, Cartography and State Cadastre “Ozodliku” statedthat the initiative to transfer three mahallas in Uchtepa district and one mahalla in Mirzo-Ulugbek district of Tashkent city to the Tashkent region belongs to the capital’s administration.

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