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Hope The Government Will Do Justice- Harmanpreet On Fake Degree Issue

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Hope The Government Will Do Justice- Harmanpreet On Fake Degree Issue

Hope The Government Will Do Justice- Harmanpreet On Fake Degree Issue

Indian women star cricketer Harmanpreet Kaur, who raised to fame with her 171 not out against Australia in World Cup semi-final, has been accused of having fake graduation degree and is likely to lose her job as deputy superintendent of police (DSP) in Punjab.

Kaur, talking about the fake degree issue is confident that the government will do justice with her.

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