List Of Districts Of Chhattisgarh
Chhattisgarh, a state of India, has 27 administrative districts.
Out of these two new districts (Bijapur and Naryanpur) were carved out on May 11, 2007 and nine new districts on Jan 1, 2012. The new districts have been created by carving out the existing districts to facilitate more targeted, focused and closer administration. These districts have been named Sukma, Kondagaon, Balod, Bemetara, Baloda Bazar, Gariaband, Mungeli, Surajpur and Balrampur
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