OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Settlement committees have been approved for 32 police stations here in the City in order to ensure provision of justice to the victims at police station level, a police spokesman said on Monday. The settlement committees, officials said, have been approved by the Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Ahmed Raza Tahir on the directions of the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Punjab Javed Iqbal. Police officials said that DIG (Investigations) Ali Amir Malik and SSP (Investigations) Abdul Razzaq Cheema are also members on these committees, which have been activated in 32 police stations. The police officers included in the committees, have been directed to immediately respond to the public complaints and leave no stone unturned to ensure provision of justice to the victims. SSP Operations transferred: Inspector General of Police (IGP) Punjab Javed Iqbal on Monday transferred SSP (Operations) Lahore Shaukat Abbas and directed him to report to Police Headquarters Punjab. According to official sources, the IGP transferred the SSP as he failed to submit a merit-based inquiry report regarding the brutal police torture on a teenage boy in Sabzazar police area. The boy, Basharat, a resident of Kharak, had been kidnapped by four men from near his house last week, blindfolded and taken to a private torture cell, where he was severely beaten by policemen with belts and sticks. The Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif took serious notice of the incident and ordered a detailed inquiry into the happening after the local highlight the police brutality. The IGP has also directed the CCPO Lahore to immediately suspend policemen, Inspector Sajjad and SI Ishaq, from service due to their involvement in the torture case, officials added.