Services of the police officers in Sindh withdrawn
Islamabad, 25th October: The Prime Minister has decided to fulfil the wishes of the police officers who applied for leave in Sindh a few days ago.
According to sources, the services of Police officers posted in Sindh who had applied for leave will be withdrawn from Sindh.
According to reports from Islamabad, it will initially be with Grade 21-20 officers. It is also learned that Prime Minister Imran Khan has approved an important decision on the situation of Sindh Police.
According to the decision, the applications of all the police officers who had applied for leave would be accepted and they would be transferred from Sindh province to another province.
According to Baaghi TV, the character assassination of the officer during his service tenure will be verified and his assets will also be checked. NAB has been ordered to inquire into this.
It may be remembered that several police officers and DIGs of Sindh province had written an application of leave from the services following the case of Captain (R) Safdar’s arrest in the decoration case of Mazar-e-Quaid.
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