‘Acche din’ in Rajasthan for ministers; corruption legalized: says Dhruv Rathee

Dhruv Rathee in his show explains how government of Rajasthan is trying to legalise corruption.

Rajasthan government has passed an ordinance according to which no investigation of any kind can take place against ministers, judges, magistrates and all public servants without the permission of the state government. If there is any type of corruption charge against anyone of them, none of the media will be allowed to report the same. This can become law in the state of Rajasthan during a parliamentary session to be held on Monday October 23. It seems to be an attempt to legalise corruption.

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