Rajasthan Revenue Minister Ramlal Jat and Revenue Officers Accuse Each Other of Corruption

In Jaipur, Rajasthan Revenue Minister Ramlal Jat and revenue officers (Patwaris, Naib Tehsildars, Giridawars) accused each other of corruption during a protest outside the minister’s residence. Officers who arrived to encircle the minister’s house with a list of six demands accused him of taking thousands of rupees for transfers and postings. In response, the minister criticized them, saying that they often get caught by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB).

Narendra Kaviya, the state president of the Patwar Union, highlighted the corruption in transfer processes, claiming that amounts from 50,000 to 1 lakh rupees are demanded for transfers. The Minister retorted that Patwaris and police officers are most often caught in corruption cases, and accused them of holding up more than 80% of heritage and registry-related transactions for months. He also said that their actions tarnish the government’s image.

The confrontation took place under the banner of the Rajasthan Revenue Service Council, where a large number of revenue service employees gathered to protest. They were called out by the minister, and both sides exchanged words using a microphone, making the accusations public.

The incident has brought the issue of corruption within the revenue department to the forefront, potentially causing a political stir in the state.

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