10 Sindh Police Officials Face Suspension Over Corruption Charges

News Desk1 month ago

Ten SPU officials and constables have been suspended by Additional Inspector General (AIG) Khadim Hussain for alleged corruption, and they have been ordered to report to B Company.

According to sources, the SPU officials and policemen were allegedly involved in corruption and misuse of authority, which prompted the authorities to launch an undercover departmental inquiry.

The officials who have been suspended are also charged with abusing the official cars that were allocated especially for the CPEC project.

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Among the suspended authorities were the chief constable of Sukkur and an inspector by the name of Muhammad Faheem.

There are also allegations of corruption against Saddam Hussain, who works as the DIG SPU office, according to the sources. Three officers at CPEC Tharparkar have also been suspended and instructed to report B Company for alleged power abuses.

Another significant shake-up in the department occurred earlier in March when the Sindh government nominated and moved a large number of Deputy Inspector Generals (DIGs) of police.

According to the details, Irfan Baloch has been appointed as DIG West, while Ahmed Nawaz Cheema is named DIG Traffic. Similarly, Iqbal Dar has been appointed as DIG Driving License Branch while Javed Jaskani is named DIG Mirpurkhas.

Earlier on March 16, the Sindh government notified a major reshuffle in Sindh Police and transferred several SSPs from different districts.

The announcement stated that the SSPs were posted and transferred immediately with effect from Sukkur, Khairpur, Badin, Thatta, Sujaeal, Sanghar, Naushehro Feroz, Ghotki, Tando Muhammad Khan, Jacobabad, and other districts. After Shad Ibne Masih was transferred, Hazeez Rehman Bugti was posted as SSP Karachi West.

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