OUR STAFF REPORTER

SIALKOT

After the reshuffle of over 131 station house officers, inspectors and sub-inspectors working in their native districts, all the assistant sub-inspectors would be transferred in a couple of days in Gujranwala region, police sources disclosed.

Senior police officials revealed that all the ASIs working in their native districts would be transferred. Meanwhile, two DSPs in Sialkot could not be transferred in the first phase of the major reshuffle by the RPO Gujranwala Region.

Sheikh Shahid Ikram (DSP Pasrur) and Malik Naveed Ahmed (DSP CIA Sialkot) belonged to Sialkot district, but they were not transferred due to some unknown reasons. They were still working in their own home district Sialkot here. They should also be brought under the policy of transferring the senior police officials.

Rana Zahid Hussain (DSP Sialkot Saddar), though he does not belong to Sialkot district, has been serving in Sialkot district since long. Earlier, he served as DSP at Sambrial and Pasrur after being promoted to DSP rank.

Engineer Zahid Hussain (DSP Daska) belongs to Gujranwala district, but his whole service is in Sialkot district. He only served at Lahore for a short after being promoted to DSP rank.

Inspector Nadeem Tariq (SHO Sambrial police station) belongs to Gujranwala district and is posted in Sialkot district. In 2013 general elections, he was transferred to Hafizabad district, but came back to Sialkot after perfuming elections duty.

On Saturday, RPO Syed Dilawer Husain has transferred over 131 station house officers/inspectors and sub-inspectors working in their own home district for many years. This major reshuffle was made on the direction of the inspector general of police Punjab. A notification has also been issued.

The RPO issued the transfer orders of 115 inspectors in Gujranwala division, including 40 inspectors of Gujranwala, three sub-inspectors, 25 inspectors of Sialkot, four sub inspectors, 22 inspectors of Gujrat, four sub-inspectors, six inspectors of Narowal, four sub-inspectors and 17 inspectors of Mandi Bahauddin.

Police sources said that 10 sub inspectors working as SHOs at various police stations in the region would be replaced by competent inspectors.