The Sindh police thank Army Chief for taking notice of the incident of humiliation meted out to Sindh police and ordered inquiry into it while the top brass of the provincial police has decided to defer their decision of going on leave for ten days.
KARACHI: (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News- Oct 21st, 2020) Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah summoned today a meeting of senior police officers from Sindh including Inspector General (IG), the sources said.
They said the Chief Minister would discuss the concerns of Sindh police officers. The meeting was summoned after the top brass of Sindh police had applied to go on long leave following the arrest and release of PML-N leader Captain (retired) Safdar in Karachi.
The sources said that Additional IG Special Branch Karachi Imran Minhas had also applied for two months leave over disheartenment with the current situation. The officer in his application had said that all officers were in a state of shock and he was unable to work in such an environment. The sources said that many other police officers were also united to go on leave from duty.
“IG himself deferred his leave and asked other officials to do so for ten days,” said the sources, adding that it was decided in the larger national interest as conclusion was pending.
Sindh police thanked Army Chief for realizing the sense of hurt and ordering an inquiry into the subject matter. It also thanked PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah for showing solidarity with the police leadership.