LAHORE: The Punjab government has reshuffled 10 district cops.
The switch/postings have been made on the tips of IGP Arif Nawaz Khan who had dispatched a listing of the officers to leader Minister Usman Buzdar. The CM referred to as the applicants to his office for interview earlier than giving them new assignments, an professional advised sunrise.
He said the leader minister transferred Vehari DPO Najeebur Rehman prematurely and directed him to report to the CPO for in addition instructions. Earlier, Mr Rehman had served as Narowal DPO and Vehari changed into his 2d district from in which he has been transferred 5 months after his appointment.
The reliable said he was a part of the center team of former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa IGP Nasir Durrani when he (Mr Durrani) was appointed as head of the fee for Police Reforms in Punjab.
The CM transferred and appointed 29th commonplace police officer Gujranwala SSP Saqib Sultan as Vehari DPO. It’s the first project of Mr Sultan as DPO of any district in Punjab and he's serving in BS-19. He had in large part served out of Punjab and currently completed the Senior control course for promoting to the subsequent grade.
The authentic said SP Headquarters site visitors (Police Punjab) Jehanzeb Nazir Khan (who additionally did SMC) has been transferred and posted as Okara DPO vice Athar Ismail Amjad who had requested the IGP for his transfer from the placement due to non-public reasons.
Faisalabad regional research department SSP Husnain Haider has been transferred and posted as Chiniot DPO vice Anwar Khetran who has replaced Ammara Athar as Bahawalnagar DPO. Ms Ammara who served the district for extra than 10 months, has been directed to document to the CPO for similarly commands.
Lahore SSP Operations Faisal Shahzad has been transferred and published as Nankana Sahib DPO vice Mohammad Naveed who has been directed to document to the CPO for in addition order.
Lahore Crime research employer SP Usman Ijaz Bajwa has been transferred and posted as Layyah DPO towards an present emptiness.
posted in sunrise, July eleventh, 2019