By: Shakeel Anjum
ISLAMABAD: The government has appointed Maj (retd) Mushtaq Husain Shah (BS-21) as Inspector General of Police (IGP), Sindh, withdrawing the services of Wajid Durrani (IGP, Sindh) and Saud Mirza (Additional IGP, Sindh) from the Sindh province.
Both the officers have been asked to report to the Establishment Division as officer on special duty (OSD), Establishment Division sources said. The ED has issued the notification in this regard.
The newly-appointed IGP has enjoyed a good reputation during his service and acknowledged as a professional and upright officer. The sources said that Wajid Durrani (BS-21), a PSP officer, who would retire from service in May 2012, was likely to be appointed as director general (DG), Intelligence Bureau (IB), for seven moths while the services of Saud Mirza (BS-21) could be handed over to the Punjab government.
Source: The News