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Government official on deputation molests woman, video goes viral

A video went viral in which an official of statistics department has been seen molesting a woman. The official who was working as social scientist at NRHM office in heath department was shunted to his parent department after the video became viral.


By   |  Updated On : April 12, 2017 10:00 PM
Woman molestation by Govt official

Woman molestation by Govt official

Jaipur :  

A video went viral in which an official of statistics department has been seen molesting a woman. The official who was working as social scientist at NRHM office in heath department was shunted to his parent department after the video became viral.

Rajasthan Health Minister Kalicharan Saraf said the issue came to his notice on Tuesday and the orders to send him back to his parent department were issued on Wednesday.

"We have relieved him from here and will send the video to his parent department and his parent department has take action against him,? Saraf told reporters.

V K Mathur, Director (Public Health), medical department said the officer was on deputation to the NRHM office, health department for some time.

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"On the basis of reports of the video, the order to send officer R C Rawat back to his office was issued today," Mathur said.

He said there was no complaint against the officer and the action was taken suo motu after purported video surfaced.

"An inquiry would be conducted in the matter," he added.

The purported video is reportedly shot from a mobile phone in the office premises.

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First Published: Wednesday, April 12, 2017 09:37 PM



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