IAS officers in Rajasthan write to CM, demand action against minister
For the first time in Rajasthan, IAS officers have opened a front against the ‘government’. Ias officers of the state are very angry with the behavior done by minister Ramesh Meena in Bikaner. For this, Dr. Samit Sharma, Secretary of Rajasthan IAS Association, has written a letter to the Chief Secretary and the Chief Minister. In which he has demanded action against the minister. Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore also condemned the minister’s attitude. At the same time, the Bikaner unit of the Rajasthan Revenue Ministerial Employees Association also expressed its displeasure over the minister’s behavior. In this way, minister Ramesh Meena is being completely cordoned off. On this pretext, IAS officers have shown their attitude to the government. What will be its effect in the coming days, it is for the Chief Minister to decide, but now this attitude of the officials has definitely sparked a ‘struggle’ in power.
The Rajasthan IAS Association has written to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Chief Secretary Usha Sharma, accusing some public representatives and ministers of deliberately targeting some IAS officers for self-promotion. According to the letter of Ias Association Secretary Dr. Samit Sharma, public representatives are making such inappropriate comments despite holding high positions. Accusing minister Ramesh Meena of making derogatory remarks against the collector, the IAS Association said the collector was discharging his duty at that time. Earlier, the same minister has also made derogatory remarks for the district collector in Alwar. According to the information, senior IAS officer Kunjilal Meena has registered his protest over this incident.
Ashok Singh Gaur, Bikaner district president of Rajasthan Revenue Ministerial Employees Association, has protested. He has written to the Chief Minister seeking action in the incident. In the letter, he has written that rural development and panchayati raj minister Ramesh Chandra Meena made indecent behavior and very low-level remarks towards district collector Bikaner Bhagwati Prasad from a public platform. Breaking all limits of decency, the minister asked the district collector to leave the program. It is also necessary to mention here that during that time the necessary call was received on the mobile of the District Collector and due to this, the District Collector’s mobile was used. Let us tell you that at that time the collector had received the call of Minister Bhati.
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