Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath's prescription for gangster is being used in Rajasthan. The Rajasthan government bulldozed illegal construction inside house of Rohit Rathore – the shooter who killed Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena chief Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi.
The Rajasthan police was asked to assess the property and assets of Rohit Rathore.
“During the assessment it was found that there was an illegal construction in the house of Rohit Rathore. We have demolished the construction,” said additional director general of police Dinesh MN who was incharge of the special team formed to nab the shooters of Gogamedi.
The vigilance team of Nagar Nigam Jaipur came to know about the illegal construction of Rathore. They sent a notice to family Rathore, who is in jail. When the family didn't remove the construction, Nagar Nigam in presence of heavy police force demolished the construction which was obstructing the road.
Rohit Rathore along with Nitin Fauji and Naveen Shekhawat had planned to kill Gogamedi at his house. While Naveen was also killed in the shoot out Rohit and Nitin fled from the spot and were caught in Chandigarh after a joint operation by Haryana, Delhi, Punjab and Rajasthan Police. ADG Dinesh MN was coordinating the operation. His extensive network and specialised team make him the perfect choice for such kind of operation.
Yogi started Bulldozer treatment
It was Yogi Adityanath who started using bulldozer on illegal properties to penalise gangsters and criminals. It has paid off well in Uttar Pradesh, where gangsters are living under fear and losing financial muscle.
Gehlot used bulldozer on culprits of paper leak
Former chief minister Gehlot has also demolished building of coaching institutes run by the paper leak accused Bhupendra Saran and Suresh Dhaka.
Earlier also, during Gehlot rule, in 2019 a commercial property of an Indian Revenue Service officer arrested by the state's Anti-Corruption Bureau, was also razed.