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THE BOMBAY RE-ORGANISATION ACT, 1960

Title : THE BOMBAY RE-ORGANISATION ACT, 1960

Year : 1960



As from the appointed day, in article 371 of the Constitution, in clause (2)-

(a) For the words ''the State of Bombay'', the words ''the State of Maharashtra or Gujarat'' shall be substituted; and

(b) For the words ''the rest of Maharashtra'', the words ''and the rest of Maharashtra or, as the case may be,'' shall be substituted.



In section 15 of the States Reorganisation Act, 1956-

(i) In clause (d), for the words ''Bombay and Mysore,'' the words ''Gujarat and Maharashtra'' shall be substituted; and

(ii) In clause (e), for the words ''Madras and Kerala'', the words ''Mysore and Kerala'' shall be substituted.



The provisions of Part II shall not be deemed to have effected any change in the territories to which any law in force immediately before the appointed day extends or applies, and territorial references in any such law to the State of Bombay shall, until otherwise provided by a competent Legislature or other competent authority, be construed as meaning the territories within that State immediately before the appointed day.



For the purpose of facilitating the application in relation to the State of Maharashtra or Gujarat of any law made before the appointed day, the appropriate Government may, before the expiration of one year from that day, by order, made such adaptations and modifications of the law, whether by way of repeal or amendment, as may be necessary or expedient, and thereupon every such law shall have effect subject to the adaptations and modifications so made until altered, repealed or amended by a competent Legislature or other competent authority.

Explanation.- In this section, the expression ''appropriate Government'' means as respects any law relating to a matter enumerated in the Union List, the Central Government, and as respects any other law, the State Government.



Notwithstanding that no provisions or insufficient provision has been made under section 88 for the adaptation of a law made before the appointed day, any court, tribunal or authority, required or empowered to enforce such law may, for the purpose of facilitating its application in relation to the State of Maharashtra or Gujarat, construe the law in such manner, without affecting the substance, as may be necessary or proper in regard to the matter before the court, tribunal or authority.



The Government of the State of Gujarat, as respects the transferred territory may, by notification in the Official Specify the authority, officer or person who, on or after the appointed day, shall be competent to exercise such functions exercisable under any law in force on that day as may be mentioned in that notification and such law shall have effect accordingly.



Where immediately before the appointed day, the State of Bombay is a party to any legal proceedings with respect to any property, rights or liabilities subject to apportionment between the States of Maharashtra and Gujarat under this Act, the State of Maharashtra or Gujarat which succeeds to, or acquires a share in that property or those rights or liabilities by virtue of any provision of this Act shall be deemed to be substituted for the State of Bombay as a party to those proceedings, and the proceedings may continue accordingly.



(1) Every proceeding pending immediately before the appointed day before a court (other than a High Court), tribunal, authority or officer in any area which on that day falls within the State of Maharashtra shall, if it is a proceeding relating exclusively to the transferred territory, stand transferred to the corresponding court, tribunal, authority or officer in the State of Gujarat.

(2) If any question arises as to whether any proceeding should stand transferred under sub-section (1), it shall be referred to the High Court at Bombay and the decision of that High Court shall be final.

(3) In this section-

(a)''Proceeding'' includes any suit, case or appeal; and

(b) ''Corresponding court, tribunal, authority or officer'' in the State of Gujarat means-

(i) The court, tribunal, authority or officer in which, or before whom, the proceeding would have lain if it had been instituted after appointed day; or

(ii) In case of doubt, such court, tribunal, authority, or officer in that State, as may be determined after the appointed day by the Government of Bombay, to be the corresponding court, tribunal, authority or officer.



Any person who, immediately before the appointed day, is enrolled as pleader entitled to practise in any subordinate courts in the State of Bombay shall, for a period of one year from that day, continue to be entitled to practise in those courts, notwithstanding that the whole or any part of the territories within the jurisdiction of those courts has been transferred to the State of Gujarat.



The provisions of this Act shall have effect notwithstanding anything inconsistent therewith contained any other law.



If any difficulty arises in giving effect to the provisions of this Act the President may, by order, do anything not inconsistent with such provisions which appears to him to be necessary or expedient for the purpose of removing the difficulties.



(1) The Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, make rules to give effect to the provisions of this Act.

(2) Every rule made under this section shall be laid as soon as may be after it is made before each House of Parliament while it is in session for a total period of thirty days which may be comprised in one session or in two successive sessions, and if before the expiry of the session in which it is so laid or the session immediately following, both Houses agree in making any modification in the rule or both House agree that the rule should not be made, the rule shall thereafter have effect only in such modified form or be of no effect, as the case may be, so however that any such modifications or annulment shall be without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done under that rule.


THE FIRST SCHEDULE

(See section 3 (1) (b) )

TERRITORIES TRANSFERRED FROM THE STATE OF BOMBAY TO THE STATE OF GUJARAT

(Any reference in this Schedule to a census code number in relation to a village means the code number assigned to that village in the census of 1951.)

PART I

Umbergaon taluka of Thana District

Name of Village Census Code No.

Umbergaon 1
Kalgaon 2
Kalai 3
Govid 4
Tadgaon 6
Dehari 7
Nargol 8
Phansa (Whole) 9
Mamkwada 11
*Maroli 12
Saronda 13
Achhari 14
Angon 15
Ahu 16
Eklahare 17
Kachigaon 18
Bhati Karambeli 19
Karambeli Pali 20
Karambele 21
*Khattalwada 22
Ghimse Kakaria 23
Jamburi 24
Tembhi 25
Tumb 26
Dahad 27
Nahuli 28
Palgaon 29
Pali 30
Punat 31
Borigaon Tarf Kachigaon 32
Borlai 33
Bhilad 34
Manda 35
Manikpur 36
Mohan 37
Vankas 38
Valvada 39
Shirgaon 40
Sanjan 41
Sarai 42
Salsumba 43
Humran 44
Dehali 48
Talwada 49
Dhanoli 50
Nandgaon 51
Malav 52
Anklas 55
Zaroli 67
Nagavas 70

NOTE :

includes towns of the same name.

PART II

West Khandesh District

Nawapur taluka

Name of Village Census Code No.

Abhankuwa (Forest) -
Anandpur 2
Bebarghat 3
Bhadbunja 6
Bhint Bk. 11
Bhint Khurd 12
Chacharbunde 18
Chadhavbunde (Forest) -
Chhapti 19
Chikhli (Forest) -
Dhaj 27
Haripur 35
Jamaki 38
Jamane 36
Kachali 39
Kamalapur 41
Kataswan 48
Khabade 50
Kokambe (Forest) -
Mainkpur 68
Mirkot 70
Mogarbara (Forst) 72
Mograni (Forest) -
Nanchhal 75
Narayanpur 77
Naurbad 82
Pakhari 83
Parchuli 86
Pethapur 89
Sakerde (Digar) 94
Sase 96
Shelud 101
Sundarpur 106
Thuti 108
Uchhal 111
Vadadhe Kd. 115
Vadapatal 117
Zaranpada 123
Nandurbar taluka
Adade 2
Anturli 5
Arkunda (Forest) -
Bhilbhavali 19
Bhilijamboli 20
Borathe 25
Borde 23
Chinchode 28
Chorgaon (Deserted) 28 A
Devhale 31

Dev Mogra-Gaibi Umber (Forest village Coupe Nos. 1,2, and 20 of felling series XX and Coupe Nos. 1 to 9 of felling series XXI)

Gamadi 39
Gujarpur 43
Harduli (Digar) 44
Hatnoor (Digar) 46
Hingani (Digar) 48
Kavithe 63
Khairave Kd T. Dhanore 65
Khodade 69
Kothali Budruk 77
Lakhmidhede 79
Lekurwali 80
Mubarakpur 86
Nasarpur 93
Newale 96
Nizar 99
Pimplod T. Nisar 108
Raigad 109
Ranidhadkale (Deserted) 112 A
Sarvale 115
Shale 119
Shelu 121
Sulvade 125
Tapikhadkale 128
Vadali 136
Vake 143
Velade 149
Vyawal 154

PART III

West Khandesh District

Akkalkuwa taluka

Name of Village Census Code No.

Akkaikuwa Budruk 1
Anghat 6A
Barktura 15
Bhogwad 23
Chatwad 32
Choti Korali (Deserted) 35A
Davariamba 37
Dogaripada (G) 44
Gangtha 50
Itwai 59
Javali 63
Kenvada 78
Kevadamoi 79
Khairpada 84
Khanore 85
Khokwad 91
Koktipada 94
Kolwan 95
Langadi 104
Medhi 111
Nawagaon (G) 120
Nevadi (Amba) 126
Palaswada 132
Pana 133
Parod 135
Parodi 136
Patipada 138
Pimparipada ® 143
Ranipur 150
Ranjaniwad 152
Rundigavan 156
Uman 176
Umja 175
Umran 180
Vadgav 189
Zapa-amli 196
Ziribeda 197
Taloda taluka
Akkalutar 1
Amode Tarf Satpme 6
Amode T.
Taloda 7
Asapur 10
Ashrave 11
Ashte T.
Budhawal 13
Bahurupe 14
Balade 16
Balambe 15
Bej 20
Bhamsal 21
Borikuva 25
Chirmati 31
Chokhiamali 33
Fulwadi 90
Gadidi 41
Gorase 44
Hatode 47
Hol 48
Kelani 56
Knodaraj 64
Kukrmunde 66
Mohammadpur (Deserted) 70A
Matawal 73
Mendhpur 74
Modale 77
Morambe 80
Nimbhore 84
Penibare 87
Pati 89
Pimplas 91
Pisawar 93
Rajpur 95
Ranaichi 98
Sadgaven 106
Satole 108
Torande 120
Tulse 122
Ubhad 123
Untavad 126
Varpade 128
Vesgaon 129
Zumkati 131

THE SECOND SCHEDULE
(See section 7)

PART I
Maharashtra Members of the Council of States

Members whose term of office expires on the 2nd April, 1962

1.Shri P.N.Rajabhoj.
2.Dr.Waman Sheodas Barlingay.
3.Shri.T.R.Deogirikar.
4.Shri G.R.Kulkarni.
5.Shri Dhairyashilrao Yeshwantrao Pawar.
6.Shri M.D.Tumpalliwar

Members whose term of office expires on the 2nd April, 1964.

7.Shri Babubhai M.Chinai.
8.Shri Ramrao Madhaorao Deshmukh.
9.Shri Bhaurao Dewaji Khobaragade.
10.Shri Sonusing Dhansing Patil.
11.Shri Lalji Pendse.
12.Shri Abid Ali.

PART II
Gujarat Members of the Council of States

Members whose term of office expires on the 2nd April, 1962

1.Shri Jadavji Keshavji Modi.
2.Profoessor Dr.Raghu Vira.
3.``Vacant$$

Members whose term of office expires on the 2nd April, 1964

4.Shri Rohit Manushankar Dave.
5.Shri Khandubhai K.Desai.
6.Shri Dahyabhai Vallabhbhai Patel.



THE THIRD SCHEDULE
(See section 11)

AMENDMENTS TO THE FIRST SCHEDULE TO THE DELIMITATION OF PARLIAMENTARY AND ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCIES ORDER, 1956

(1) For the heading ``4-BOMBAY$$, substitute ``4-GUJARAT$$.

(2) In entry 111, after the word ``Pardi$$, insert the word ``Umbergaon$$ and for the words ``Surat district$$, substitute the words ``Surat district; and Dangs district$$.

(3) After entry 111, add the following Note:-

``Note:- Any reference in this Part to Broach, Surat or Dangs district or to Songadh or Umbergaon taluka of Surat district or to Sagbara taluka of Broach district shall be taken to mean the area comprised in that district or taluka, as the case may be, on the 1st day of May, 1960.$$.

(4) Immediately before entry 112, insert the heading ``4 A- MAHARASHTRA$$.

(5) In entry 129, omit the words ``Dangs district,$$.

(6) To the note after entry 148, add:-

(3) Any reference in this Part to Thana or West Khandesh district or to Nawapur, Nandurbar, Akkalkuwa or Taloda taluka of West Khandesh district shall be taken to mean the area comprised in that district or taluka, as the case may be, on the 1st day of May, 1960,.

(7) In the Appendix-

(a) For the heading ''II-Bombay'', substitute ''II-Gujarat'',and

(b) Immediately before the sub-heading ''KOLABA District'', insert the heading ''II-A MAHARASHTRA''.

THE FOURTH SCHEDULE

(See section 14)

AMENDMENTS TO THE SECOND SCHEDULE TO THE DELIMITATION OF PARLIAMENTARY AND ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCIES ORDER, 1956

(1) For the heading '' 4-BOMBAY'', substitute ''4-GUJARAT''.

(2) In entry 103, for the words ''Sagbara mahal'', substitute ''Sagbara taluka''.

(3) For the sub-heading ''SURAT DISTRICT'' appearing before entry 106, substitute the sub-heading ''SURAT AND DANGS DISTIRCTS''.

(4) In entry 114, for the words ''Bansda taluka,'', substitute the words ''Dangs district; Bansda taluka,''

(5) In entry 118, for the words ''Pardi taluka'' in column 3, substitute the words ''Pardi and Umbergaon talukas''.

(6) After entry 118-

(a) add the following Note:-

Note.-
Any reference in this part to Broach, Surat of Dangs district or to Sagbara taluka of Broach district or to Songadh or Umergaon taluks of Surat district shall be taken to mean the area comprised in that district or taluka, as the case may be, on the 1st day of May, 1960.

(b) After the said Note, insert an Appendix reproducing items (1) to (33) of the existing Appendix to Part 4 of the Order.

(7) Immediately before the sub-heading ''GREATER BOMBAY DISTRICT'', insert the heading ''4A MAHARASHTRA'' to make all following entries, together with the Appendix and Annexure, a separate Part for the State of Maharashtra.

(8) Omit the asterisk mark before the sub-heading ''GREATER BOMBAY DISTRICT'', and foot-notes 1 and 2.

(9) In entry 143, for the words ''Dahanu and Umbergaon taluks$$, substitute the words ``Dahanu taluka''.

(10) For the sub-heading immediately before entry 228, for the words ''NASIK AND DANGS DISTRICTS'', substitute ''NASIK DISTRICT''.

(11) In entry 230, for the words ''Peint and Surgana mahals, substitute the words ''Peint mahal''.

(12) In entry 231, for the word ''Dangs'' a column 2, substitute the word ''Kalwan'' and for the words ''Dangs district,'' in column 3, substitute the words ''Surgana mahal''.

(13) In entry 238, for the entry in column 3, substitute ''Sakri and Nandurbar talukas''.

(14) In entry 239, for the entry in column 3, substitute ''Nawapur taluka''.

(15) For the Note appearing immediately after entry 339, substitute:-

Note.-

(1) Any reference in this Part to Thana or West Khandesh district or to Dahanu taluka of Thana district or to Dahanu taluka of Thana district or to Nawapur, Nandurbar, Akkalkuwa or Taloda taluka of West Khandesh district shall be taken to mean the area comprised in that district or taluka, as the case may be, on the 1st day of May, 1960.

(2) The names of the 77 census wards of Greater Bombay are set out in item (1) of the Appendix and a fuller description of the Assembly constituencies Nos.1 to 21 in terms of roads, streets and other thoroughfares and of villages is given in item (2) of the Appendix.

(3) The names of the villages in Banoti and Soegaon circles referred to in the Assembly constituencies Nos.220 and 221, respectively, are set out in the Annexure to this Part.

(16) Renumber entries 119 to 339 as entries 1 to 221 respectively, and the references in those entries to items (36) to (73) to (79) of the Appendix as (3) to (45) respectively.

(17) In the Appendix,-

(a) Omit items (1) to (33) and the sub-headings thereof;

(b) Renumber items (34) to (71) as items (1) to (38) respectively;

(c) Omit item (72)

(d) Renumber items (73) to (79) as items (39) to (45) respectively; and

(e) In item (2) as so renumbered, renumber the references to Assembly constituencies Nos.119 to 139 as Nos.1 to 21 respectively.

THE FIFTH SCHEDULE

(See section 22 )

AMENDMENTS TO THE DELIMITATION OF COUNCIL CONSTI-TUENCIEIS (BOMBAY) ORDER, 1951

(1) In paragraph 2, for the word ''Bombay substitute the word ''Maharashtra''.

(2) In the Table, omit

(a) The entries relating to-

(i) Gujarat (Graduates) constituency;

(ii) Gujarat (Teachers) constituency;

(iii) Saurashtra (Local Authorities) constituency;

(iv) Gujarat North (Local Authorities) constituency;

(v) Gujarat South (Local Authorities) constituency; and

(b) the word ''Dangs'' wherever it occurs in column 2.

(3) In the Table, in column2,-

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