The officers and personnel of the Education Department will not be able to take leave at present in view of the REET exam to be held on 26th September. District Collector, Jaipur has banned all officers and personnel working in Jaipur district from taking leave from September 22 to September 27. District Collector Antar Singh Nehra has issued orders in this regard. According to which the duty of the officers and employees of the Education Department is being imposed for the work related to the REET exam. Keeping in mind that there should be no disturbance in the examination work, all kinds of leave of officers and employees working in the district have been banned. In special circumstances, he will be able to leave the headquarters only after getting leave from his district collector Jaipur approved.
The settlements on top of the gravel mines at various places in the city are expressing the possibility of an accident. Houses are being built continuously on the high dunes of gravel. There is no one to stop them and no one to stop them. The officers who are responsible for preventing encroachment have kept a blind eye. Due to ignorance and greed, poor, needy families are building their houses on gravel dunes. When a house or business work starts, the process of construction work starts around it.
People are settling at many places including Mohta Sarai area, Jain School to Gopeshwar Basti Road, Mohta Sarai to Sheetla Gate Road, Harolai Hanuman Mandir to Karmisar Road. Dozens of houses have been built on top of the mines. Many residential buildings have been built from two to three storeys.
Due to the movement of gravel mound at any time due to rain or earthquake, the houses built on it can collapse in the deep mine. Every year during the rainy season, accidents occur due to submergence in these mines. Many houses have been built on the banks of deep mines. The gates and bars of the houses are opening towards the mines. Public representatives and officials are keeping silent after seeing this dangerous situation.