ISLAMABAD- One of the special species of Pervez Musharraf regime, Interior Secretary Syed Kamal Shah, has offered his services to the ruling coalition in the drafting of charge sheet against the beleaguered President Pervez Musharraf, TheNation reliably learnt on Tuesday. According to a credible source involved in pondering over preparation of a precise charge sheet against Pervez Musharraf, Syed Kamal Shah has conveyed his availability to Zardari House through a political aide of the latter.   This lieutenant of PPP leadership was one among many factors in the extraordinary extension in the contractual job of Syed Kamal Shah only few weeks ago, the source further revealed. Kamal Shah, who has managed to hold the lucrative post of Secretary Interior, even after his retirement through repeated extensions, not only remained closely linked with the preparation of reference against deposed Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry but his name was also among the list of witnesses.    According to the sources, Kamal Shah had given a statement in the reference against Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry in which he had stated that Chief Justice of Pakistan had been 'coercing' him for induction of his son in Federal Investigation Agency (FIA). Sources close to deposed Chief Justice of Pakistan, however, term Kamal Shah as a turncoat, who actually met Justice Iftikhar many a time before the induction of Dr Arslan Iftikhar in FIA and assured the top judge that there was nothing wrong in the whole affair.   A key aide to deposed Chief Justice even went to the extent of claiming that Kamal Shah had given example of his son Hasmat Kamal, presently serving in police as ASP, to Justice Iftikhar and advised that Arslan should also get training in the Police Academy with elite officers. According to an Interior Ministry official, Syed Kamal Shah also oversaw the kidnapping of Dr Afia Siddiqi from Karachi in March 2003 where he was then serving as Inspector General Police (IGP) Sindh. The then Interior Minister Faisal Saleh Hayat initially admitted the arrest of Dr Siddiqi but later retracted the same.   Kamal Shah was also pivotal in the Operation Silence against the inmates of Lal Masjid in the summer of 2007. The Interior Secretary was a staunch supporter of the military offensive against the students of Lal Masjid including girls. He was also the sole person responsible for the burial of hundreds of dead bodies of Lal Masjid students in the suburbs of the federal capital towards the end of Operation Silence. The deceased were buried secretly in darkness while their loved ones were helplessly wailing in the streets of Islamabad after being refused to see the dead bodies of their sons and daughters. In the latest affair however, PPP Co-Chairperson, Asif Ali Zardari is reportedly displeased with the offer of Kamal Shah in view of his track record of switching loyalties. "Besides other things, Zardari is also displeased with the role of Kamal Shah in delayed announcing of by-elections results and the fiasco over ISI", a party source claimed. 'The influence and effectiveness' of Kamal Shah is however prevailing above all these concerns as he is managing to carry on with his lucrative job despite being party to so many debacles that happened last few years of Musharraf rule. His latest extension also makes mockery of PPP leadership's claims that it will change the system to avenge the assassination of Chairperson Benazir Bhutto Shaheed.   Interior Secretary is also carrying another unique honour of being the most impleaded government officer in superior courts of law. There are more than 50 cases in Supreme Court as well as High Courts where Kamal Shah is a party. Lal Masjid Case, Dr A Q Khan Case, Dr Afia Siddiqi Case and Nawaz Sharrif case, with regard to his forcible deportation on September 10 last year and Missing Persons Case, only a few examples. The posting of Syed Kamal Shah, a man of all seasons, is sound and secure come whether or not President Musharraf get impeached succumbs to the public and political what may pressure before he finally gives in.