LAHORE  - Punjab Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mushtaq Ahmed Sukhera lauded the Lahore police for ensuring foolproof and best security arrangements during the Pakistan-Zimbabwe cricket series at the Lahore’s Qaddafi stadium.

According to a police spokesperson, the provincial police chief while talking to Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Muhammad Amin Wains and DIG (Operations) Dr Haider Ashraf on Monday appreciated the performance of Lahore police.

On this occasion, the IGP said that the successful tour of international cricket team in Lahore has proved that the police have capability, courage, and determination to meet all kinds of security challenges including terrorism. He further said that the Lahore police, despite serious security threats, provided best security cover to the players and cricket fans as well.

Also, Sukhera ordered the transfers and postings of following eight police officers.

According to a notification, Muhammad Atif Ikram, Faisalabad additional-SP Lyallpur Town was transferred and posted as Multan SSP Investigation whereas Saif Ullah Khan was transferred and posted as Multan SP Cantonment Division against an existing vacancy.

Shafqat Rasheed, Sheikhupura DSP (PHP) was transferred and posted as Nankana, Nankana Saheb SDPO. Similarly, Shamas-ud-Din, Layyah DSP (Headquarters) was transferred and posted Bahawalnagar SDPO Chishtian while Tahir Maqsood was posted as Layyah DSP Headquarters.

Saad Ullah, Chiniot SDPO (Bhowana circle) was transferred and posted Muzaffargarh DSP Organized Crime against an existing vacancy. DSP Muhammad Shahbaz was posted as Punjab DSP (PHP) while Muhammad Waseem Dar was posted as DSP Punjab Constabulary.