Chandigarh: Indian Women's T20 chief Harmanpreet Kaur has been expelled from the post of Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) by Punjab Police as her graduation degree ended up being phony. The choice was taken by the home office and Kaur is probably going to be downgraded to the post of a constable as her capability presently gets lessened to Class XII pass. Punjab Police chose not to start any lawful procedures against the cricketer.
As indicated by reports, Harmanpreet, hailing from Punjab's Moga zone, had presented her graduation degree purportedly gave upon her by Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut. In any case, on confirmation, the degree ended up being phony. The college denied having had her as an understudy.
The case at that point went to the home division, headed by boss priest commander Amarinder Singh.Harmanpreet, an Arjuna awardee, was prior a worker of the Indian Railways. She had surrendered from the railroads occupation to join Punjab Police in March.
In the mean time, Harmanpreet's family had prior denied the affirmations. "She did her tutoring from Moga and was then chosen in the Indian cricket group. She finished her outstanding investigations from Delhi and Meerut. She was given work by the Indian Railways based on similar records," Harmanpreet's dad Harminder Singh had told journalists.
In a comparative case in February, Commonwealth Games gold medallist Mandeep Kaur was likewise expelled from DSP's post after her graduation degree was observed to be phony.
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