Asian Age – The Arjuna awardee is reportedly not relieved by the Railway, where she worked as an Office Superintendent.
- New Delhi: Indian women’s cricket team vice-captain Harmanpreet Kaur, who guided her side in the finals of the Women’s World Cup, is allegedly facing trouble over her job switch from her current employer, the Western Railway, to the Punjab Police, which offered her the Deputy Superintendent of Police’s (DSP) post last year.
- The Arjuna awardee is reportedly not relieved by the Railway, where she worked as an Office Superintendent and is being asked to pay the compensation amount before the end of the five-year term.
- Reflecting on the same, Harmanpreet’s father, Harmander Singh Bhullar, told ANI that she is facing problems in joining her new job as the Western Railway has not relieved her from her duties because of the five-year bond she had signed with them.
- He said, “Harmanpreet was made to sign a five-year bond with railways which prohibits her from working elsewhere before the given time.
- However, Rekha Yadav, secretary Railway Sports Promotion Board has rejected the claims and has said that the railways is ready to relieve her and said that the office has already waived the bond amount for the services she has rendered.