Badli

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Badli is one of the oldest villages in Delhi. In old times it was one of the richest village in Delhi. History says that whenever Delhi was attacked Badli used to face the attack and used to be the camp of the invaders. AJESH YADAV is the MLA of Badli.[1] Once famous for lush green crops this village today has good environment for living.Most of the villagers have their source of income from rent.Godowns and rooms made by landlords have made the village environment for peace living.[2]

Location[edit]

Badli is a village in the North West Delhi District of Delhi State, India. it is located 9 km to the east of District headquarters Kanjhawala. 5 km from North West Delhi. 15 km from State capital Delhi. Prashant Vihar (2 km), Siraspur (3 km), Maurya Enclave (4 km), Rohini Sector-7 (4 km), Rohini Sector 5 (4 km) are the nearby villages to Badli. Badli is surrounded by North Delhi Tehsil to the east, West Delhi Tehsil to the south, Central Delhi Tehsil to the east, Loni Tehsil to the east. Loni, Delhi, Bahadurgarh, Noida , sonipat the nearby cities to Badli. This place is in the border of the North West Delhi District and North Delhi District. North Delhi District North Delhi is East towards this place. Also it is in the Border of other district North East Delhi.

History[edit]

The only Ror village was Jowara in 1883-84, settled by migrants from Badli.[3]

The Golia Jats claim an unusual origin. They believe themselves to be descendants of Brahmins who lost their caste because of alcohol consumption. Their ancestors settled in Badli from Indore 30 generations before.[4]

Demographics[edit]

Map of Delhi showing location of Badli

Badli is now an urban village having lost its most of the land through government acquisition for the development of Rohini. Badli now has 71% industrial concentration which provides the livelihood of the local residents. Badli boasts of a railway station, DSIIDC industrial area ,sanjay gandhi transport Nagar & recently it has been gifted with a metro rail in the third phase. In badli village there are 3 govt. Schools , 3 community cetres , 1 child health centre , 1 Animal hospital. Badli has many landmarks like CHODHAR WALA MOHALLA, pipal wala mohalla, bhaad wala mohalla , shiv chowk , badli extension, Pal chowk, shivalya mandir and many others.

Badli now is an assembly constituency being represented by the two time councillor and present MLA sh. Ajesh Yadav. The constituency consists of two urban villages namely Badli & Samaypur three rural villages i.e. Libaspur, Siraspur and Bhalswa.

It has two resettlement colonies Bhalswa & Jahangirpuri and around 32 unauthorised colonies and a few jhuggi jhopri (J.J.) clusters. With Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) now Delhi Technological University (DTU) of Delhi State, nearby in revenue estate of Samaypur and Shahbad Daulatpur and an ITI in Jahangirpuri the infrastructure needs a serious boost.

METRO STATIONS

Badli village is well connected with 3 metro stations

1. Haiderpur-Badli Mor

2. Rohini sec 18 & 19

3. Samaypur Badli metro station

Badli Industrial Area[edit]

Badli Industrial Area is one of the important Industrial areas of Amritsar Delhi Kolkata Industrial Corridor, of North Delhi Badli village is an urban village of North West Delhi located near Delhi Technological University (formerly Delhi College of Engineering or DCE). Badli is nearby NH 1 with Rohini on east, Samaypur Industrial Area at Samaypur on west, the outer ring road forms the north boundary.,[5] India. Kundli Industrial Area, Delhi Western Peripheral Expressway and Rajiv Gandhi Education City on Grand Trunk Road (NH 44) also lie in its vicinity. It is also connected by the under implementation Delhi-Sonipat Metro extension of Yellow line to be completed in Phase iV by March 2022.[6]

Badli Pin code is 110042 and postal head office is Samaipur.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Delhi Assembly Election Constituency Wise Results 2015: Complete list of winning MLAs". India.com.
  2. ^ http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in:8080/jspui/bitstream/10603/32118/10/10_chapter6.pdf
  3. ^ Gazetteers Of The Rohtak District 1883-84. p. 66.
  4. ^ Gazetteers Of The Rohtak District 1883-84. p. 63.
  5. ^ Government of Delhi : Government Departments : Industries : Frequently Asked Question : Land Branch. delhigovt.nic.in
  6. ^ Delhi Metro to be extended till Haryana's Sonepat Archived 29 July 2017 at the Wayback Machine, Economic Times, 1 July 2017.

Coordinates: 28°35′N 76°49′E / 28.583°N 76.817°E / 28.583; 76.817