ISLAMABAD - The Federal Government Friday in a major development appointed Syed Mushtaq Ahmed Shah, a Police Service of Pakistan (PSP) officer of grade 21, as Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sindh, replacing Wajid Ali Durrani. Establishment Division, through a notification, appointed Mushtaq Shah as IGP Sindh while his predecessor Durrani was asked to report to the Establishment Division. Earlier, Mushtaq Shah was serving as Additional Inspector General of Police (Traffic), Sindh. He has also served as RPO Hyderabad, DIG (Prisons) and DIG (Operations) Karachi. In another development, Establishment Division has also removed Saud Mirza from the post of Additional IGP, Sindh, and through a notification, his services have been given back to the federal government with the direction to report back to Establishment Division. Saud Mirza had developed difference with Interior Minister Sindh, Manzoor Wassan, over the transfer/postings issue in Sindh police and this is being described as the main reason behind his transfer. The officials sources said that both of these officers - Durrani and Mirza - are being considered as potential candidates for the slot of DG Intelligence Bureau and a separate notification in this regard will be issued shortly.