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Ggn top cops at war: Khattar asks DGP Crime to submit report in 7 days

Ggn top cops at war: Khattar asks DGP Crime to submit report in 7 days
After days of being highlighted in the media for all the wrong reasons, it may be a closure for either Navdeep Singh Virk, Gurgaon Police Commissioner, or Bharti Arora, Joint Commissioner of Police. 
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday directed the Director General of Crime, K P Singh to hand over a report of this incident in the next seven days. 

“Whoever will be found guilty in the incident, he/she will have to undergo an investigation by the directed agency for this matter and strict action will be taken against the accused,” Khattar said. The Chief Minister also directed K P Singh to conduct an inquiry into all the four cases filed against Ajay Bhardwaj, the accused and the rape survivor as well. 

On the other hand, Public Works Department (PWD) minister Rao Narbir has assured that the police and traffic department would work to its full capacity and performance would not be hampered because of a fight between the two senior officials.

Apart from this, the CM had come to give relaxation to those who were victims of the Emergency period. 

He has announced to give relaxation to the victims for travelling in all the Haryana Roadways buses at discounted rates of up to 75 per cent. This scheme was extended to widows and widowers of Haryana. The scheme will be extended to Haryana Roadways covering Chandigarh, Delhi and National Capital Region (NCR) routes. 

“We are working on collecting the records of the number of people who were the victims of the Emergency period and they will be issued special identity cards to avail this service,” an official 

These identity cards will be distributed at the grass root level by the district administration. 
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