As per report education and panchayati raj Minister madan Dilawar, who is known for his strict style, warned the officials in Kota that now they will have to work, bulldozers will be used on the property of criminals and they will not be able to come to school disguised as impersonators, wearing a veil or covering their faces. Dress will have to be followed in schools. He directed that the employees and teachers on deputation should be sent to their native places.
Meanwhile panchayati raj and education minister madan Dilawar directed in the general meeting of the council that there should be no discrimination and malicious activities in development works. Basic facilities like water, electricity, roads should be of good quality and problems related to the common people should be resolved effectively. Taking the issues raised by the public representatives seriously, he directed the committee to investigate and take necessary action. Dilawar instructed to provide water to the villages deprived of Bhimpura scheme within two days. In Jal jeevan Mission, instructions were given to form a committee and investigate the complaints regarding incomplete construction of tank, bursting of drinking water line etc.
Moreover minister madan Dilawar directed to get the cases of connection denied by a committee within ten days. He said that like cities, public lighting should be planned in villages also. On road related problems, he said that the roads should be of quality. He instructed the mineral engineers and police officers to ensure action against illegal mining as per rules. panchayat raj Minister directed that 60 percent of the Finance Commission's funds should be spent only on cleanliness, everyone should work together for cleanliness. He said that public toilets should remain clean, cleanliness should be ensured in all schools and offices, and otherwise it will be taken seriously. He appealed for participation of all sections in organizing surya Namaskar on 15th February. He said that this event should be organized with maximum public participation in such a way that we can create a world record.