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By the way : No more corruption?

Chief-Minister-Manohar-Lal-Nobody can claim in Haryana that he/she has bribed Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. His integrity and honesty is beyond reproach till now. It’s an excellent sign and warning to all that corruption ridden Haryana has got a Chief Minister who’s intentions are above question. But is the Haryana government following the dictum of its leader? Some say corruption has subsided in most offices. Ground reality indicates the opposite. The HUDA (Haryana Urban Development Authority) offices are full of corruption. Nobody can get their work done without greasing palms in Tehsils and Districts. The biggest victims are sometime Haryana government employees themselves. Of late, there is a new trend emerging from Haryana Police. Every week, Police Headquarters is releasing the transfer orders of minimum 200 constables. gfiles has analysed the transfer orders; it has been observed that constables who are serving on plum postings or in big cities are being transferred to the rural areas. On further investigation, it was found that there are no such instructions from the Chief Minister’s secretariat to transfer the force in such a way. Dr KP Singh, Director-General of Police, is a very strict and no-nonsense administrator. Then who is doing it. Manohar Lal Khattar has recently streamlined the teachers’ transfer system. It appears Khattar has to streamline the police and policing both. g




VOL. 11 | ISSUE 1| APRIL 2017

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