Police stations to be reorganised after demarcation: Raj govt
Existing police stations in Rajasthan would be reorganised after specific demarcation and new "thanas" would be opened after considering a report of Parmeshwar Committee which was pending, the state Assembly was informed on Wednesday.
Jaipur: Existing police stations in Rajasthan would be reorganised after specific demarcation and new "thanas" would be opened after considering a report of Parmeshwar Committee which was pending, the state Assembly was informed on Wednesday.
Home Minister GC Kataria, replying to a question, said besides reorganisation of police stations a police atlas would also be prepared in next six months.
By the end of next fiscal year 2015-16, 90 per cent of vacant posts in police department would be filled up, Kataria said.
On the question of Heeralal Raigar and Babulal Rathore (both BJP), he said Paremeshwar committee is likely to submit its report by end of this month and every police station's limit covering areas might be changed.
Meanwhile, a question of ruling BJP member Phool Singh Meena embarrassed MoS, Energy, Pushpendra Singh when he made wrong reply and assured the House that action would be taken against officers who put up wrong information.
Meena alleged that the reply did not cover villages and or Dhani (hutments) of his constituency under power supply.
MoS for Education Vasudeo Devnani said in the Assembly that the promotions of teachers would be canceled if they did not join their new postings in a given time limit.
On a question raised by BJP's Gautam Kumar, the minister announced that 12,000 posts of lecturers would be filled up this month through promotion (DPC) and Rajasthan Public Service Commission recruitment drive.
Replying to a question of BJP legislator Chandbhan Singh, Urban Development and Housing Minister Rajpal Singh Shekhawat said that any new construction by his department and other agencies like Housing Board would go for "quality control" by a third party independent agency in the future.
Replying to question of BJP MLAs, including Ramlal Sharma, during the Question Hour, Medical and Health Minister R S Rathore said 90 places (cities or villages) were demarcated for opening of new health centres on PPP (public private partnership) mode in the state.
Wherever there is any shortage of doctors, an ambulance would be deployed to take patients to these health centres, he said, adding that the ambulance would also drop them back.