IG Sindh quote: CM writes another letter to PM

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.

Read more: Federal cabinet postpones appointment of new IGP Sindh

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.

Read more: Sindh, federal governments close horns by appointment of IG Sindh

“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.

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Sindh nominees for IGP are not accepted at the Center: Governor Imran Ismail

KARACHI: Governor Sindh Imran Ismail said Wednesday that switching to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) of any province is the prerogative of his prime minister and that he was only playing the role of a bridge between the federal and provincial governments on the issue. reported.

Speaking during the ARY NEWS “Off The Record” program, Governor Sindh said that IGP names transmitted from Sindh province are not accepted by the federal government.

“The federal government has asked the province to send new names,” he said while rejecting any feelings of injustice with the province in this regard.

The governor said the delay was caused after they had to rely on provincial stakeholders on the matter. “The provincial government should show some moderation on the matter,” he said and added that a name was almost agreed, but then the prime minister did not consider it.

He, however, said they could reflect on any name better transmitted from the province. “The prime minister ordered me to create a consensus with the province on a name for the IGP Sindh,” he said and added that they also want to resolve this issue urgently.

Read more: Sindh ministers express concern about the delay in the new appointment of IGP Sindh

He also said that the main minister has refused to talk to him about the IGP Sindh issue during a telephone conversation between them today.

Imran Ismail said that, according to section 11 of the police order, it is the prerogative of the federation to send names to appoint an IGP in any province and they would transmit some names to the provincial government.

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Federal cabinet postpones appointment of new IGP Sindh

ISLAMABAD: Members of the federal cabinet postponed the appointment of the new Police Inspector General (IGP) Sindh and decided to hold consultations with the governor and the prime minister, ARY News reported Tuesday.

Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired a federal cabinet meeting to discuss the 15-point agenda, including the appointment of the new IGP Sindh after the removal of the current police chief Dr. Kaleem Imam.

During the meeting, members of the federal cabinet belonging to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the partner of the Great Democratic Alliance (GDA) coalition raised objections on the IGP Sindh issue.

After the reservations of the cabinet members emerged, it was decided to consult more with the governor of Sindh and the prime minister to finalize the appointment of the IGP.

Read: The government decides to eliminate Sindh IGP Kaleem Imam: sources

The federal cabinet also reviewed the current political and economic situation in the country, in addition to discussing the regulations for the issuance of weapons licenses. An amendment to the Pakistan Arms Law was recommended and approved by members, sources said.

The sources added that an amendment was approved to end the powers of the president and prime minister to establish camp offices. The matter will be presented in parliament to enact legislation.

The recommendation to sign an agreement for the construction of 0.5 million houses by the federal government was also postponed.

Read: CM Murad meets Prime Minister Imran Khan, requests to eliminate Sindh IGP

Sources said the cabinet gave the green light to the decisions of the Federal Energy Cabinet Committee; Appointment of Vice President of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA); establishment of the National Commission of the Rights of the Child and regulation for the writing of the corresponding authority instead of the federal government.

The prime minister also received information on the progress report on institutional reforms, sources added.

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Saeed Ghani says Sindh’s cabinet did not express confidence about IGP

KARACHI: In response to the refutation of police inspector general Sindh Kaleem Imam of his transfer, Sindh information minister Saeed Ghani asked: does the provincial government have to contact the United Nations (UN) to change the IGP?

آئی جی سندھ سید کلیم امام نے اپنے تبادلے کی خبر کی تردید کردی

آئی جی سندھ سید کلیم امام نے اپنے تبادلے کی خبر کی تردید کردی – میرے خلاف سازش ہورہی ہے, میرا تبادلہ اتنی آسانی سے ہونے والا نہیں, آئی جی سندھ – سندھ حکومت کا ردعمل بھی سامنے آگیا – کیا آئی جی سندھ اپنے آپ کو متنازع بنا رہے ہیں؟ جانیے سعید غنی سے # ARYNews

Published by ARY News on Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Speaking exclusively with ARY News, Saeed Ghani said the provincial cabinet showed no confidence in IGP Sindh Kaleem Imam. He said that Kaleem Imam says he will not go anywhere and that transferring it is not easy.

“The transfer and publication is part of the officer’s life.”

Ghani said that IGP Sindh actually has the second reservations shown by the provincial government of the Popular Party of Pakistan (PPP) about him.

He alleged that the Kaleem Imam plotted a conspiracy against the government by issuing false reports against him and provincial minister Imtiaz Shaikh.

The federal government decided on Monday to eliminate Sindh Police Inspector General (IG), Kaleem Imam, after Prime Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to replace Sindh IGP at an individual meeting here in Karachi

Sources said that Mushtaq Ahmed Mehar will probably be named as the new IGP Sindh.

Earlier in the day, IGP Sindh Syed Kaleem Imam had said he will not go anywhere.

Speaking to police officers, IGP Syed Kaleem Imam said his transfer is not so easy and added that he will leave the province according to his destination.

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IGP Sindh Syed Kaleem Imam refutes the news of his transfer

KARACHI: Police Inspector General (IGP) Sindh Syed Kaleem Imam on Tuesday refuting news of his transfer from the province said he will not go anywhere, ARY News reported.

آئی جی سندھ سید کلیم امام نے اپنے تبادلے کی خبر کی تردید کردی

آئی جی سندھ سید کلیم امام نے اپنے تبادلے کی خبر کی تردید کردی – میرا تبادلہ اتنی آسانی سے ہونے والا نہیں, جاوں گا تو اپنے مقدر سے جاوں گا – اگر میرا تبادلہ ہوگیا تو بھی ہاتھی سوا لاکھ ک ہی رہوں گا – یہ افتتاحی تقریب ”

Published by ARY News on Tuesday, January 28, 2020

He was conducting an inaugural ceremony at the Office of the Capital Police (CPO).

Speaking to police officers, IGP Syed Kaleem Imam said his transfer is not so easy and added that he will leave the province according to his destination.

Referring to the ceremony, he said that an inaugural meeting was named as a farewell ceremony for him. “It seems that the Sindh government wants to save money from my farewell party.”

He alleged that a conspiracy has been plotted to get him out of the province and added that all [police officers] Work under the law of the land. He attributes the work of the department team to keep the peace in the province.

Read more: The federal cabinet hopes to approve a new IGP for Sindh today

Assuring his fellow police officers not to worry in difficult times, IGP Sindh said that during his service, he went through those days, where he thought “This is the last day of my service.”

The federal government decided on Monday to eliminate Sindh Police Inspector General (IG), Kaleem Imam, after Prime Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to replace Sindh IGP at an individual meeting here in Karachi

Sources said that Mushtaq Ahmed Mehar will probably be named as the new IGP Sindh.

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Government decides to eliminate Sindh IGP Kaleem Imam: sources

ISLAMABAD: The federal government decided on Monday to eliminate Sindh’s Inspector General of Police (IG), Kaleem Imam, after Prime Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah had asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to replace Sindh IGP in an individual meeting here in Karachi, reported ARY News.

Sources said that Mushtaq Ahmed Mehar will probably be named as the new IGP Sindh.

This is a story in development …

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