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He said that, as a result of the free hand they were given by the previous government, officials have begun to believe that they run the government, not the political leadership.
On this, a worker remarked: "We need to do goondai (goondaism)." Khan replied: "You are neither doing goondai nor netagiri. If you cannot do it in your district, take some days training in Rampur." Khan comes from Rampur.
He asked party workers to record the telephonic conversations of officers on their mobile phones and give the recording to Yadav. "Within one month, these officials will seal their lips, I have started this in my department," Khan added.
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