Women Cricket Star To Face Railway's Googly

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International Women cricketer Harmanpreet Kaur, who became an overnight sensation after her sensational knock against Australia in the semi-finals of WWC2017, is facing a googly from the Indian Railways. Indian women's cricket team vice-captain Harmanpreet Kaur has urged her employer, the Western Railways, to relieve her so that she can join as Deputy Superintendent of Police in Punjab.

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Punjab chief minister captain Amarinder Singh has also taken up the matter with the Union minister Piyush Goyal to accept Harmanpreet's resignation from Railways and be allowed to take up the DSP post in Punjab, officials said.

"I have already written to the Railways twice and hope that she would be relieved soon so that she could join Punjab Police as a DSP at the earliest," Amarinder told media.

Earlier, Harmanpreet Kaur said, "I worked for three years with the Railways. But, they are asking for the salary of five years to waive off the bond and relieve me. After the World cup, it has been five months that I have not been paid any salary. Actually, I wanted to talk to some reporter (to raise the issue) but thought that I should not be mistaken as if I am speaking against the Railways. Railways were my last hope and had given me a job when Punjab government had turned down my request. I hope, the Railways will give me the bond waiver so that I can go to my home state. I think there is a rule that bond gets shifted when you change one government job to other. Punjab Chief Minister has taken up my case three to four times, but nothing has happened so far," Kaur added.

Harmanpreets father Harmandar Singh Bhullar has also urged the Railways to relieve her from the post of office Superintendent at Western Railway. He said 'My daughter wants to join DSP in Punjab police, which was offered by the Punjab government last year. By joining here, she will be in her home state. But Railways was not relieving her because of the conditions stipulated in five year-bond signed by my daughter with it,' said Bhullar.

As per the bond, she cannot be allowed to be relieved till the completion of five year term.


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