The Indian administration system is a three-tier system where the control flows from upward to downward. From Central government to state government, from state government to local government. The central government is the supreme deity which enjoys the main power, the laws and rules passed by center are implemented by the state and state is accountable to implement these rules with the help of local governance.
The local governance perform at two levels at city level and rural level. At city level we have Municipal Corporation and Municipal Council depending upon the regional population and at village level Panchayati Raj government institutions.
The main responsibility of all these government institutions is to provide better public amenities to its citizen and to maintain law and order in the state. The vast geographical area requires more attention by the local governance. As Rajasthan is the biggest Indian state its administration is divided into thirty-three districts, where the local administration of each district maintain law and order in the particular district.