Jaipur, January 11: Looks like Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot-led government in Rajasthan is taking the corruption charges way too seriously. Recently state Youth Affairs and Sports Minister Ashok Chandna pulled up a cop after he received several complaints that police is extracting money from villagers at a toll plaza in Bundi district. He even threatened the cop, stating he would spoil the latter’s career, if heard again of taking the bribe.
In the video surfaced in the social media, it was seen that the minister reached the spot and after listening to people’s grievances, scolded the cop and warned him not to repeat the same. Chandna also asked the police officer to mend his ways or be ready to lose the job. Kirron Kher is Being Called a Backbencher For Her Animated Expressions During Debate on Upper Caste Quota, Watch Viral Video.
Chandna said, as reported by ANI, “Were you extorting money from people while sitting at the toll? I will get your removed from the police and get you a job at the toll.” Adding on, he said, “If I get to know that you take 100-100 rupees from the poor, your job will be in danger. Consider this as my last warning to you.”
#WATCH: Youth affairs & sports Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Chandna rebukes a police personnel in Bundi, warning him that he'll be transferred to duty at toll plaza if found collecting money illegally from villagers. Villagers had accused him of collecting money from them at toll. pic.twitter.com/1sJ1zCD8jD
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The instance comes just a month after Congress formed a government in the state. The party leaders are personally visiting their constituencies and are listening to people’s grievances.
(With inputs from ANI)