The Supreme Court has sought a response from the Punjab government in the transfer posting case on political interference in the Punjab police department


Transfer posting case on political interference in Punjab Police Department, Supreme Court…

Islamabad (Daily Pakistan Online) In the transfer posting case on political interference in the police department of Punjab, the Supreme Court has sought the response from the Punjab government. I asked for the record of transfer posting in the police department.

According to the private TV channel Express News, a transfer posting case was heard on political interference in the Punjab Police Department. A three-member bench headed by the Chief Justice conducted the hearing. According to the data, the average term of DPO in Punjab is 5 months, according to the data, 268 DPOs were exchanged in Punjab in 4 years.

Justice Ayesha Malik said that from where did you get these statistics? Justice Athar Manullah said that political exchanges in the police make a difference to the performance of the criminal justice system.

The court said that the petitioner’s lawyer said that the scope of the matter should be extended to the federation and other provinces. The Chief Justice of Pakistan said that according to the petitioner, this matter is not limited to Punjab. The IG handled the case of the attack on Sindh House in a good manner, the former IG Islamabad also changed.

The Supreme Court has asked the Punjab government to respond to the transfer of police officers due to political interference. On the request of the petitioner’s lawyer, the court has extended the scope of the case to the federation and other provinces and has also sought a response from the federation and other provinces on the transfer posting in the police. The Supreme Court ordered the Federation and the provinces to submit their responses within 2 weeks. A three-member bench headed by the Chief Justice adjourned the hearing for 2 weeks.

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