Earlier, Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa ordered an inquiry into the circumstances associated to the arrest of the son-in-law of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The problem has created a impasse between the paramilitary drive and the police within the nation’s largest metropolis.
The Sindh police on Tuesday made a number of tweets and mentioned that the unlucky incident on the intervening night time of October 18 and 19 has precipitated resentment and resentment amongst its personnel. This police remark was in reference to the arrest of Muhammad Safdar, son-in-law of Nawaz Sharif.
Pakistan’s opposition events have alleged that the paramilitary drive Frontier Corps allegedly pressurized the Sindh police to arrest Safdar.
“As a result, IG Sindh decided to go on leave and later all the officials decided that they would apply for leave to protest against the humiliation of Sindh police,” the police mentioned. It was a spontaneous and spontaneous response and was on the particular person degree reasonably than the collective. ”
The Sindh Police thanked General Bajwa for realizing the harm emotions of the personnel of the drive and ordered an inquiry into the matter instantly.
After this, the police mentioned, IG Sindh has postponed his go away and ordered his officers to cancel their go away functions for ten days within the bigger nationwide curiosity until the investigation is pending.
Sindh Police additionally thanked Pakistan People’s Party President Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah for displaying solidarity to the police. The PPP authorities is in Sindh province.
Chief Minister Shah on Wednesday met IGP Mushtaq Mahar and different senior officials and guaranteed them that the federal government was with them. He mentioned that the federal government of Sindh is with its police on this troublesome time. We is not going to let the morale of the police fall below any circumstances.
Amidst this whole controversy, General Bajwa instructed the Karachi Corps Commander to examine the information and report on the earliest.