LHC directs federal, Punjab govts to submit reply in IG appointment case by Sep 14

LHC directs federal, Punjab govts to submit reply in IG appointment case by Sep 14

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Lahore: The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Thursday instructed the federal government and the Punjab government to submit the appointment of the new Punjab Chief Inspector (Inam Ghani) and the Lahore Capital Police (CCPO) Umaar by September 14 Reply to Sheikh.

The Chief Justice of the Large Hadron Collider, Qasim Khan, presided over the proceedings and questioned the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Malik Ahmed. Khan (Malik Ahmad Khan), he is a lawyer, PML-N leaders affirmed this.

Justice Qasim Khan – while addressing the complainant – said, “Former Punjab IG Shoaib Dastgir said in court that it was not possible to implement every law, and you came to the LHC to save such an officer.” The counsel replied that he had not lodged the petition to save Shoaib Dastgir, but to ensure enforcement of the law.

Lawyers from the Punjab government challenged the application and argued that the plaintiff was not the affected party. The court said in its comments that the applicant was not the affected party and added that the Punjab advocates should have held a meeting on the matter.

As we all know, PML-N leader Malik Ahmad Khan moved the LHC on Wednesday and insisted in his petition that the government changed the Punjab IG for political purposes. The application also stated that this step also violated the 2002 Police Regulations, which established Punjab IG’s term of office for three years.

The petition mentioned that the government changed five IGs in Punjab in just two years. The Large Hadron Collider has been requested to cancel the transfer of the former Punjab IG Shoaib Dastgir and to cancel the appointment of Umar Sheikh as the new Lahore CCPO.

The federal and provincial governments, the newly appointed Punjab IG Inangana, Shoib Dasgir, Umar Sheikh and the former Lahore CCPO have become parties in the case.

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