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Audio clip emerges in which local leader is heard assuring Haryana police officer of a posting of his choice
An audio clip in which a leader of  the Indian National  Lok Dal (INLD) from Rewari is heard assuring a police inspector of  a posting at a police station of his choice through his connections with an Inspector General (IG) of police has become headache for Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar.

Audio clip:

What has added to Khattar's woes is the fact that Satish Khola, a prominent BJP leader from Rewari has sent the audio clip to him for inquiry. In the forwarding note, Khola, giving out a few names, has alleged that certain BJP leaders of the area are indulging in this nefarious game of managing  postings against monetary considerations.

Khola, who had urged the Chief Minister to order a probe into the issue in view of the diminishing image of the party and the police department said that even after one week of his writing to Khattar, no action had been taken.

Highly placed sources told that this game of assuring desired postings was going on for quite some time. The whole issue has jolted the image of not only of Haryana Police but Khattar also, who claims to observe zero tolerance on corruption.

Interestingly, Khattar has taken along with him three senior Haryana Police Officers, namely Navdeep Virk, Akil Mohammad and Anil Kumar to Israel for studying the functioning of the police there.

In the meanwhile, Amit Arya and Rajiv Jain, media advisers toCM Khattar did not responded to my calls which were made to get the official version from them.

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