The lowest police officer is the village watcher. There are several in the villages who perform the lower offices. They are under the control of the head of the village: the head of the village is under the control of the Magistrate, who is the collector.
District Collectors are officers of the Indian Administrative Service and are the most powerful government officials of the district. They are entrusted the task of handling law and order, revenue collection, taxation, the control of planning permission and the handling of natural and man-made emergencies. A collector was a crucially important colonial officer placed at the district level and entrusted with the responsibility of revenue collection and other civil duties.
Tehsildar acts as an assistant collector and 2nd class magistrate for his tehsil for revenue administration and also there is one Tehsildar in each tehsil who is assisted by additional Tehsildar.
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