The Maharashtra government submits a proposal to the center for renaming Mumbai Central Terminal
The Maharashtra government submitted a proposal to the Government that would rename Mumbai Central Terminal after Nana Shankarsheth, but the Lok Sabha was told that no decision had yet been made.
The judgment in such instances is made after careful evaluation of the recommendations of several government agencies and other pertinent circumstances, according to Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai. "...the Maharashtra government got a suggestion and recommendation to rename Mumbai Central Terminal as Nana Shankarsheth Mumbai Central Terminus. After carefully weighing the advice of numerous government agencies and other pertinent aspects, decisions in such circumstances are made "In response to a written query, he stated.
The minister said that the Namdar Jagannath (Nana) Shankarsheth Pratishthan, Mumbai, has not made any representations to the federal government in this respect.
The growth of Mumbai was greatly aided by Nana Shankarsheth, a philanthropist and advocate for education who was born in Thane in the nineteenth century.
After receiving no complaints from the Ministry of Railways, Department of Posts, and Survey of India, the Union Home Ministry approves the renaming of any location or station, according to authorities.
These organizations must certify that no town or hamlet with the requested name already exists in their database.
A simple majority in Parliament is required to modify the Constitution in order to rename a state. According to the authorities, an executive order is required to change the name of a hamlet, town, or station.