LAHORE: The Punjab government reshuffled 15 senior rank police officers across the province, making two of them officers on special duty (OSD) here late on Monday.

Punjab Investigation Branch Monitoring DIG Shariq Kamal Siddique and Punjab Elite Police DIG Shahid Javed have been transferred and directed to report to the Services and General Administration Department till further order.

Punjab Police DIG Establishment-I Mirza Faran Baig was transferred and posted as Sheikhupura regional police officer (RPO) against a vacant slot.

Punjab DIG Legal Moeen Masood has been transferred and posted as Sahiwal RPO while awaiting posting Javed Akbar Riaz has been posted as Multan RPO against an existing vacancy.

Punjab police technical procurement DIG Sohail Chaudhry has been transferred and posted as Telecommunication DIG vice Syed Amin Bukhari who has been transferred and posted as DIG Elite Police Force.

Punjab Special Branch DIG Khurram Shahzad Haider has been transferred and posted as Multan city police officer vice Munir Masood Marth who has been transferred and posted as Establishment-I DIG at the Central Police Office.

Two BS-21 police officers including Kunwar Shahrukh and Sahibzada Mohammad Shahzad Sultan were transferred and posted against non-field assignments.

Awaiting posting, Shariq Jamal was transferred and posted as monitoring investigation DIG of the investigation branch, Punjab.

Awaiting posting, Naeem Ahmad Sheikh has been transferred and posted as Punjab police DIG Legal.

Published in Dawn, December 7th, 2021



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