Federal Government restores DG Rangers Sindh

Ijaz Chaudhry will assume charge on Monday, was dismissed by SC in the Sarfaraz Shah case.


Express August 28, 2011

KARACHI: Federal Government restored Major General Ijaz Chaudhry as DG Rangers Sindh on Sunday.

Interior Minister Rehman Malik told the media in Karachi that the federal government has re-appointed Ijaz Chaudhry as DG Rangers Sindh adding that Chaudhry will be assuming charge tomorrow.

Chaudhry was dismissed as DG Rangers on the orders of the Supreme Court (SC) during the Sarfaraz Shah Murder trial.

Meanwhile in a statement issued today, the ISPR also made it clear that the court had sentenced the officials involved in the Sarfaraz Shah Murder Case where in the DG Rangers Sindh was also dismissed on the orders of SC. But now, in light of the situation in Karachi, his services were at the disposal of the federal government.

COMMENTS (9)

Halim | 9 years ago | Reply Rangers planted illegal weapon. An important question was left unanswered. What was the source of that weapon? But i am no one to question. I will continue to worship Pak Army....'Zindabaad' everyone.
Halim | 9 years ago | Reply

My 7 year old knows that Army is an institution established under the constitution. Courts interpret the constitution and instruct govt to do things. So, CJ did not remove DG from his orders. He asked Govt. to do that. It was transgression by ISPR instead, to ask govt to re-seat the suspended DG Rangers. Who does not love his "kursi" after all in this country?

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