KARACHI (92 News) – The Sindh government wrote a letter to the election commission against the Inspector General (IG) of Police Dr Kaleem Imam, accusing him for disclosing government documents.
In the letter, the provincial government demanded to hold inquiry and removing the Sindh IGP from his post till the by-election of Umrakot.
“The IGP is not able to command the police and he is disclosing the secret documents of government,” it said in the letter written from the secretary services. The Sindh government has also demanded an inquiry into the matter from the election commission.
The letter further stated that Dr Kaleem Imam should be removed from his post and requested from the EC to reject his opinion regarding the Umerkot by-election. It also demanded to hold free, fair and transparent election in Umerkot.
The PPP also sent a protest letter to the chief election commissioner, claiming that the controversial IG is influencing the fair election. They should be prosecuted under election rules.
Earlier, Dr Kaleem Imam penned a letter to Election Commission (EC
) seeking transfer of SSP and DCO Umerkot before by-election in the city.
According to the letter, Dr Kaleem Imam has asked the election commission (EC) to transfer SSP Umerkot Ijaz Sheikh as he is nominated in several cases.
Dr Kaleem Imam said that he has repeatedly informed the provincial government about activities of Ijaz Sheikh. He further said that both the officers should be replaced to ensure peaceful by-election.
IG Sindh expressed his worries regarding security of Umerkot by-election in next month. He wrote a letter to the EC for transfer of SSP Ijaz Shaikh. He adopted a stance that many cases have been registered against Ijaz Shaikh in Umerkot.
On the other hand, Dr Kaleem Imam continued his mission to reveal the criminal activities of the PPP ‘Jiyalas’