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Haryana cops demand salary hike

And to protest against being denied a hike in their salaries, the Haryana police employees association members today announced to hold an agitation.

The members gathered at sector 5 Panchkula to chalk out their plan. Agitated employees threatened to go on an indefinite strike if their demands are not fulfilled at the earliest. According to the workers, their salaries are way less than policemen working in the neighbouring states of HP, Chandigarh and Punjab.

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