KARACHI: Sindh Prime Minister Murad Ali Shah wrote another letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday to eliminate police inspector general Kaleem Imam and choose one of the five names recommended by the provincial government for the coveted post of the senior police .
This is a third letter that the province’s executive director wrote to the prime minister on the issue of the appointment of a new IG.
The prime minister said the decision of the federal cabinet on January 28 to suspend the issue is a violation of a 1993 agreement. He insisted that one of the five names for the position be chosen to replace the IG holder.
CM Murad said that Kaleem Imam’s attitude is generating hatred in the province, since he has been degrading the provincial government with his rude and un serious attitude.
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Earlier this week, Sindh Information Minister Saeed Ghani accused the federal government of dragging his feet for the appointment of a new police chief in the province, saying the provincial government is in no mood to suggest another name. for the position of IG Sindh.
Speaking on ARY News ” Bakhabar Savera Morning program said the federal government turned the issue around when Prime Minister Khan in a meeting with Prime Minister Murad Ali Shah had finalized the name for the coveted post.
Saeed Ghani regretted that the federal government would not replace IG Sindh despite the fact that a consensus on two names was reached.
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“The federal government has clouded the issue,” he said, adding that GIs in other provinces were replaced without problems while the issue of the appointment of IG Sindh was taken to the federal cabinet.