Sindh surrenders IG Khawaja’s services to centre

Sindh surrenders IG Khawaja’s services to centre

KARACHI: Pursuing their efforts to remove Inspector General Police (IGP), the the Sindh government has now decided to surrender services of Allah Dino Khawaja to federal government.

According to our correspondent, Sindh government has written a letter to Secretary Establishment Division (Islamabad) on 31 March, asking the federal government to replace A.D Khawaja.

The Sindh government has recommended three officers for the post of IGP.

The three officers are: Sardar Abdul Majeed, Ghulam Qadir Thebo and Khadim Hussain Bhatti.

Mr Majeed is a Grade-21 officer of Police Services of Pakistan, presently posted as Additional IGP, Research Development, Inspections and Enquiries.

Mr Thebo, another G-21 PSP officer, is holding the office of chairman, Enquiries and Anti-corruption Establishments. He has also served as CCPO Karachi.

Mr Bhatti is Additional IG Traffic. He had also an additional charge of IGP.

Sources say that Thebo is strongest candidate for the slot.According to our correspondent, Sindh government has written a letter to Secretary Establishment Division (Islamabad) on 31 March, asking the federal government to replace A.D Khawaja.

The Sindh government has recommended three officers for the post of IGP.

The three officers are: Sardar Abdul Majeed, Ghulam Qadir Thebo and Khadim Hussain Bhatti.

Mr Majeed is a Grade-21 officer of Police Services of Pakistan, presently posted as Additional IGP, Research Development, Inspections and Enquiries.

Mr Thebo, another G-21 PSP officer, is holding the office of chairman, Enquiries and Anti-corruption Establishments. He has also served as CCPO Karachi.

Mr Bhatti is Additional IG Traffic. He had also an additional charge of IGP.

Sources say that Thebo is strongest candidate for the slot.

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