Meet the ex-ministers who refuse to vacate the government bungalows
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- 2 of 52. Bhanwar Lal MeghwalFormer Education Minister Bhanwar Lal Meghwal was removed from the post for his outspoken nature. His comments on female teachers, nurses and other issues had invited strong criticism from all quarters.He took over as the minister for education on December 19, 2008 and was allotted bungalow no, 389, at Civil Lines. He was removed from the post on November 16, 2011.
- 3 of 53. Ramlal JatRamlal Jat, the State Minister for Forest and Environment and Mines was removed from the post on November 16, 2011. It is believed that he was removed over his alleged involvement in the death of Paras Devi.He was allotted bungalow no 18, Civil Lines.
- 4 of 54. Pramod Jain BhayaFormer PWD State Minister was removed from the post on November 16, 2011. It is believed that he was removed due to laxity in work and failure to curb corruption.He had converted the Vidhayak Nagar house no 8/13 into his ministerial residence. Over Rs 29 lakh was spend on it.
- 5 of 55. Golma Devi:Former Minister of state for Khadi and Small Scale Industry, Golma Devi, was removed from the post on November 16, 2011. She was allotted bungalow number 2 on Hospital road.Although, Golma didn't stay in the bungalow for long, her husband legislator Dr Kirodi Lal Meena stayed there. Moreover, Rs 33 lakh were spent on renovation of this bungalow.
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