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Sikar: In-charge Minister Shakuntala Rawat held a review meeting on Monday in Sikar Collectorate regarding waterlogging on Nawalgarh road. City MLA Rajendra Pareek expressed his displeasure over PCC Chief Govind Singh Dotasra scolding the officers. Pareek said that Dotasra should not talk in improper language with officials. Dotasra started scolding the officials for not completing the development work on time. The spat between the two increased. Pareek said that he would take care of his Laxmangarh assembly constituency while Dotasra said that he can take care of Sikar.
After this argument between the two, the city council chairman left the meeting. The argument between the officers and public representatives became a topic of discussion. Min Shakuntala Rawat had to intervene to calm them.
Dotasra said that it is wrong for the MLA to be angry with him. “I will personally talk to him. I did not mean anything wrong,” he said.