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Rajasthan Collectors Do Not Go for Night Stays and Visits to Villages; Fail to Endow Duties


It has been recently found out that out of a total of 33 collectors in the state, not more than 28 collectors have been able to discharge their duty of staying overnight in a village.

Conference with the CM, yet no improvement in the performance:

Surprising is a fact that exactly around 60 days (2 months) back a conference for and between the collectors and police superintendents took place in Jaipur itself. Chief Minister of the state Smt. Vasundhara Raje Ji took exhaustive three day sessions with these collectors regarding their night service and village visits, yet the collectors have failed in duly delivering their duties and have shown no inclination absolutely towards visiting the rural areas.

Duty for the collectors as the law says:

It may interest the readers to know that it is obligatory for the collectors in a period of 60 days to visit at least 8 villages and make a stay at the night hour in the village itself and also to take rounds and keep paying visits for a period of 10 days.

Duty delivered by:

The above binding service was performed only by 5 collectors, who only managed to stay in the night hours in the villages whereas to pay visits and take rounds of the villages was only performed by 8 collectors.

There are 14 collectors who rank between 0-2 on the number scale of 0-8 for visiting the villages and staying overnight. 25 collectors have not even visited the villages for minimum of 10 days to listen and address the grievances of the public there.

A brief data depicting collectors and their night stays in the villages:

 

Collector (Place)

Night stay in the villages

Dungarpur

0

Karauli

0

Kota

0

Pratapgarh

0

Sirohi

0

Udaipur

0

Jaisalmer

1

Jhunjhunu

1

Ajmer

2

Alwar

2

Dausa

2

Rajasmand

2

Sawai Madhopur

2

Tonk

2

 

The above data makes it evident that there are 6 collectors who have not paid any night visit in the villages. The performance and discharge of duties of some collectors have been positive. The collector of Bundi paid 10 night stay visits to the villages. The collectors of Dholpur and Jalore paid 9 night stay visits to the villages whereas the collectors of Jaipur and Nagore made night stay visits in the villages for 8 days.

A brief data depicting collectors and their visits to the villages:

Collector (Place)

Visits and rounds to the villages

Dungarpur

0

Karauli

0

Pratapgarh

0

Sirohi

0

Udaipur

0

Jhunjhunu

1

Sawai Madhopur

2

Kota

4

Banswara

16

Sikar

26

Bharatpur

11

Bundi

11

Chittorgarh

11

Nagore

11

Jalore

20

Jhalawar

20

 

It is quite evident here from the data collected that the collectors of some places have exceeded in performing their duty to the fullest in comparison to others who have absolutely failed to discharge their duty. Collectors who have paid visits have addressed to public grievances.

Two months given for performance:

Collectors had been given a period of two months to perform and discharge their services. Out of a total of 264 collectors, only 130 collectors went for night stay visits to the villages. Orders from the administration state that during the visit of the collector to the villages, chaupals must be set up. These chaupals were set only by 110 collectors out of the 130 collectors who went for night stays in the villages.

 


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