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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Sialkot tragedy: Transfer/postings of police officials underway

SIALKOT: Transfers and postings of police officials are underway following the tragic incident of two brothers lynching in Sialkot on August 15.

According to police quarters, nothing including suspension, departmental inquiry and even trials in the past could change anything for the police officials who were seen holding their positions as it was.

After the brutal lynching of two brothers in Sialkot CSP officers were either suspended or removed. A number of similar instances had come up time after time in the past too in which police officials were awarded punishment on ineligibilities or derelictions. But nothing really improved on the long-term basis.

It appears as though the current action against the police officials will also prove to be a cosmetic touch up and fail to bring any concrete improvement in the functioning of our law enforcement agencies.

 Sialkot lynching case probe moves forward

Additional IG Mushtaq Sukhera, head of joint investigation team probing the incident of lynching of two brothers has said that significant headway has been made and soon more arrests will be made.

Talking to Geo News after holding a meeting of the investigation team, Mushtaq Sukhera said that a good part of the probe has been completed and expressed confidence that the he will have it ready much ahead of the deadline given by the Supreme Court.

He said the suspended DPO Waqar Chauhan is also cooperating in the investigation and that he had got hold of some important evidence.

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