Iqbal Mehmood removed as IG Sindh

Ghulam Haider Jamali has been appointed as acting IG Sindh.


Faraz Khan July 07, 2014

KARACHI: Sindh Police chief Iqbal Mehmood has been relieved of his duties as Inspector General (IG) Police Sindh after a three month stint on Monday.

The Express tribue has learnt that IG Sindh has been relieved from his duties. In his stead, Ghulam Haider Jamali, a grade 21 officer, has been appointed as acting IG of the province.

Jamali was serving as the Anti-Corruption chairman. He has also served as additional IG Sindh in the past.

Mehmood had assumed the charge of new IGP Sindh formally in the first week of April 2014 following the retirement of Shahid Nadeem Baloch.

Federal government has issued the notification of Mehmood’s removal and appointment of the Jamali as acting IG Sindh, however, Sindh chief secretary directed Mehmood to report to the Establishment Division Islamabad.

COMMENTS (3)

salman | 7 years ago | Reply

PPP is the worst party of all. Corruption in Pakistan is because of them since they are the pioneers of this debacle through out their history. Curse to them in the month of holiness.

truth | 7 years ago | Reply

he refused to be part of corruption system...we salute the upright officer..he was appointed on the recommendation of PPP....DEMOCRACY IS THE BEST REVENGE...

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