Increasing the number of districts would have the benefits of closer cooperation between the people and the government departments. Problems faced, projects needed, developmental plan charting and implementation can be much easier and more convenient. The time needed for issues to reach the authorities along the bureaucratic chain and the needed for the relief to reach the people would be shortened. It certainly increased the number of direct jobs related to administrative posts and indirectly benefits numerous types of service industries that have to cater to the new district administration. But it certainly increases the burden on the government machinery and infrastructure, right from the salaries drawn out from the treasury to housing, schooling, travel, health and pension-related expenses. Where does this come from?