RAWALPINDI - City Police Officer (CPO) Rawalpindi Rao Mohammad Iqbal suspended Station House Officer (SHO) and one Sub Inspector (SI) of Police Station Jatli on corruption charges here on Tuesday. As per details, one Zahid Hussain, resident of Hassali Village of Police Station Jatli submitted a written complaint to CPO Rawalpindi stating that SHO Chaudhary Khurshid Ahmed and Sub Inspector Mohammad Azam of Police Station Jatli had received huge amount of money as bribery in case FIR Number 95/09 under section 337Hii/148/149/452 of PPC. The CPO ordered an immediate inquiry into the matter and asked for a quick report. In the findings of inquiry, SHO Khurshid Ahmed and SI Mohammad Azam were found guilty of accepting bribery in aforementioned case. Therefore, CPO suspended SHO and SI of Police Station Jatli and transferred them to police lines and issued show cause notices to both the officials for further departmental action. Rao Iqbal remarked that corrupt and inefficient police officials had no place in Police Department. Police officials have to mend their ways according to needs of the day, otherwise, they have to find some other job, he maintained. He also warned police officers to be careful in future. Meanwhile, CPO took serious notice of suspension of traffic warden on the pressure and complaint of a political figure and directed City Traffic Officer (CTO) to take necessary legal action against all those who violated traffic laws without any discrimination. Rao Mohammad Iqbal said that traffic police is an important unit of policing in the district, which is also working for rule of law. All traffic officials, including traffic wardens should continue working without any fear and discrimination, he added. City Police Officer directed City Traffic Officer to take necessary legal action against all those who violate traffic laws. City Police Officer also added that nobody is above the law and all drivers including police vehicles government officials vehicles and even important public figures might be challened. However ambulances, vehicles with proper emergency lights and VVIPs who carry immunity might receive due priority as per law.