The Jaipur Anti-Corruption Bureau has registered a complaint against the top brass of the Bhilwara City Council (Nagar Parishad), after a matter was raised by City Councilor Rajesh Singh Sisodia.
Officers of the ACB Jaipur rounded up Bhilwara City Council Chairman Rakesh Pathak, Commissioner Hemaram and an Officer of the Encroachment Cell of the Council. ACB has sent a letter to the Autonomous Government Department asking them to take action in this matter.
The complainant in the case is Bhilwara Ward 25 Councilor, Rajesh Singh Sisodia. Sisodia alleged that during the Chief Minister's stay, he had complained about issues like encroachment in the city, violation of the High Court's decision regarding basement parking, not leaving setbacks, etc. However none of his complains were heard and no action or cogniscance was taken up by the higher authorities.
Sisodia complained that there was encroachment on the premises of the council and illegal complex was being constructed. Further, he sought proceedings in the matter of the suspension of the Commissioner and Chairman of the council, in relation to these encroachments by illegal builders as well as gross negligence of council personnel in the "Prashaasan Shahron ke Sang Abhiyaan" where land deeds were not handed over to people.