LAHORE: Around a week after the three-judge High court bench upheld the Political election Payment of Pakistan judgment for re-polling in the entire NA-75 constituency of Daska, the posting of a policeman with “impure record” as Sialkot district police head has actually raised several brows.
The appointment of Mr Abdul Ghaffar Qaisrani as brand-new district law enforcement officer (DPO) of Sialkot has been questioned in the background of his performance as cops head of the very same area and also of Kasur in the past. The police officer was supposedly eliminated each time over problems of “mismanagement”, when on the order of the CM and after that on the instructions of PM Khan.
A main privy to the growth claimed that Mr Qaisrani remained uploaded as Sialkot DPO in 2018 and Kasur area police head in 2019 during the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government in Punjab. Nonetheless, he had to be moved from the both areas apparently over mismanagement problems, he added.
In Nov 2018, Mr Qaisrani as Sialkot DPO was made a police officer on unique obligation (OSD), together with the then deputy commissioner Tahir Watoo, on the directions of Chief Minister Usman Buzdar. The activity was taken versus the policemans after the CM’s cavalcade dealt with some disturbance apparently as a result of mismanagement on his course during his see to Sialkot, the authorities said.
New appointee was twice removed as district authorities head over grievances
The then inspector general of authorities, Amjad Javed Saleemi, had replaced Mr Qaisrani with Rawalpindi SSP (Examination) Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi, the same day.
According to the official, the major reason behind the elimination of the policemans was stated to be a lack of coordination in between the staff of the chief minister and also the local police and the management.
Once again, he stated, in Sept 2019, when Qaisrani was acting as Kasur DPO, he needed to encounter Prime Minister Imran Khan’s rage after the rape-cum-murder of 3 minors in the district.
In his tweet on Sept 18, the premier had stated the Kasur DPO Abdul Ghaffar Qaisrani had been gotten rid of, investigation SP proceeded against, including that a “major overhaul” got on the cards in the area’s police arrangement.
“On the Kasur case: there will be responsibility for all. Those that do not carry out for the commoner will be taken to task”, the PM had claimed in his Sept 18 tweet, a day after the police located remains of two youngsters and dead body of another in Chunian tehsil of Kasur area. The minors were kidnapped months back by unidentified offenders.
The prime minister had actually also released order for the appointment of Zahid Nawaz Marwat as brand-new DPO of Kasur, that had been instrumental in fixing the Zainab rape, murder instance.
The publishing of Mr Qaisrani as Sialkot DPO for the 2nd time, when the area was currently in the media glare as a result of the physical violence and presumably questionable duty of authorities throughout the annulled by-election of Feb19, this year, has actually been termed by cops circles a risky decision made by IGP Inam Ghani.
Nevertheless, the IGP seemed positive with regard to protection setups for the Daska repoll.
Commanding a video-link conference at the Central Police Office right here on Wednesday to review the safety setups for the by-elections in NA-75, Daska and PP-84 Khushab constituencies, he claimed Rangers would likewise be released when called for at the sensitive polling stations there. He added that in the both constituencies lady police authorities would certainly also be released for the safety of females ballot stations as well as booths.
Mr Ghani guided the worried regional and also area law enforcement officer to go out in the field to guarantee safety plans as well as utilize all available resources to hold peaceful by-elections in the both constituencies.
He purchased that additional personnel should be released for the shipment of election material, consisting of ballot boxes, after the completion of polling procedure to guarantee secure transfer of the exact same.
“No candidate or his/her advocates ought to be allowed to go against the code of conduct issued by the ECP”, Mr Ghani stated.
Throughout the meeting, the RPOs of Sargodha and also Gujranwala regions as well as DPOs of Sialkot and Khushab districts informed the IGP regarding the respective security prepare for holding the by-elections.