Sultan Azam Temuri is the new IG of Islamabad
The federal government on Wednesday appointed Dr Sultan Azam Temuri as the new Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) inspector general (IG).
He has replaced Muhammad Khalid Khattak who was removed from his post after the failed operation against protesters of religious parties in Faizabad, according to police officials.
Other officers of the capital police and administration also fear that they might be removed due to the failed Faizabad operation.
The new IG, Dr Sultan Azam Temuri, a BS-20 officer of Police Service of Pakistan, presently serving under government of Punjab, is transferred and posted as inspector general (IG) Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) police, under interior division, in his own pay and scale with immediate effect and until further orders.
Earlier, DIG Temuri has served in the capital as additional SP, SP Headquarters, SSP Traffic, AIG Operation and DIG Security. He was the first chief of Islamabad Model Traffic Police. He has also worked as regional police officer Multan and Gujranwala.
He was serving as Regional Police Officer (RPO) at Gujranwala division before his current appointment.
Whereas the former IG Islamabad Muhammad Khalid Khattak was directed to report establishment division with immediate effect until further orders.
Meanwhile, the BS-20 officer of Secretariat Group named Ehsanur Rahim, presently posted as defence production division joint secretary, was transferred and posted as water resources division joint secretary.
Whereas, cabinet division issued the notification of Chaudhry Naseer Ahmad Bhutta as special assistant to the prime minister on legal affairs. Bhutta is also the president of the lawyer wing of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and recently became the member of Central Working Committee (CWC) of PML-N.