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IG Punjab Inam Ghani calls on Punjab CM Usman Buzdar

IG Punjab Inam Ghani calls on Punjab CM Usman Buzdar
September 9, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) - The newly-appointed Inspector General (IG) Punjab police Inam Ghani called on Chief Minister Usman Buzdar on Wednesday. During the meeting, Usman Buzdar directed said that the citizens of Punjab has set expectations from the police forces and the institution must maintain its reputation by remaining impartial and taking indiscriminate action against the criminal elements without accepting any pressure. CM Usman Buzdar expressed well wishes for the newly-appointed provincial police besides giving instructions for further improving law and order situation. He directed Inam Ghani for ensuring the domination of law and merit in the police department and activating all relevant authorities for resolving complaints of the common people seeking assistance from the local police stations. On the occasion, the Punjab IG assured CM Buzdar that he will bring reforms in the security institution to fulfil the requirements of the policing, justice and merit. Earlier, PM Imran Khan removed IGP Shoaib Dastgir and appointed Inam Ghani in his place. Shoaib Dastgir has been removed for his differences with the Lahore CCPO Sheikh Muhammad Umar. However, Sheikh Muhammad Umar will continue to work as the CCPO. Inam Ghani was recently working as Additional IG Southern Punjab. As many as five IGPs Punjab have been changed during the two-year tenure of the PTI government. Sources said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had approved the removal of Shoib Dastgir during a meeting of the federal cabinet, showing indignation at his attitude. Special Assistant to PM Shahbaz Gill said that the prime minister had appreciated Shoaib Dastgir, saying that he is an honest officer. “However, Shoaib Dastgir could not change the ‘thana’ culture. Changes are repeatedly being made as the government is not satisfied with the performance of the top officers,” he added.