Sindh IG Kaleem Imam: I’m not going anywhere

Karachi (HRNW) Sindh Inspector General Syed Kaleem Imam said on Tuesday that he’s not going anywhere. The news of his transfer was a conspiracy against him, he said.

“There’s news of my transfer circulating and it is being portrayed this is the last event I’m attending,” the officer said while addressing the media during a martyr’s memorial ceremony at the Central Police Office in Karachi. “I’m not going anywhere,” he added.

Referring to the ceremony, he said that the inaugural was shown as his farewell ceremony. “Seems like the Sindh government wants to save money of my farewell party,” he said.

It will not be easy transferring me from my post,” Imam added.

The federal government on January 27 had decided to remove Imam after Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah had requested Prime Minister Imran Khan to replace Sindh IG in a one-on-one meeting in Karachi on Monday.

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