On the last day of her stay in Bharatpur division, chief minister Vasundhara Raje took a round of Rajasthan Sampark Kendra and sought information about the various IT related services being tendered to citizens.
She also took it as a serious laxity of duty after she found a police official not present in the videoconferencing which she undertook during the day.
She showed keen interest in knowing the procedure of getting Aadhar card. She presented the first birth certificate and proof of residence at the e-Mitra Kendra in Rajasthan Sampark Kendra.
Six-year-old Swayam Arora received birth certificate from Raje on this occasion. The proof of residence certificate was given to one Gurmeet, a resident of Mathura Gate Church, in Bharatpur.
Raje also went through the working system of Punjab National Bank in the IT Kendra. In her presence, a local resident Ramwati withdrew Rs100 under Palahaar Yojana. Later during the day, she talked via videoconferencing with womenfolk of Rajora village of Dholpur district and sought to know their problems. She was very concerned when a senior police official was found absent during the videoconferencing that discussed various problems of women.
The issue came up when one Kamla Devi alleged that police were not taking action in a dowry-related case, lodged by her daughter. The deputy superintendent of police was absent during videoconference and the CM ordered to call an explanation from the official, despite having prior knowledge of the videoconference.
Earlier during the day, hundreds of people gathered at the Circuit House where Raje was taking feedback from ministers about the problems of the division.