ISLAMABAD: Punjab police sub-inspector resigns from his post after Lahore Police Chief
Umar Sheik purportedly verbally censured him during an official gathering.
Fahad Iftikhar Virk, in his two-line resignation letter, said that he can’t serve the police division any more extended after the mortifying experience.
Virk revealed that Sheik had considered him an idiot (son of a donkey).
Virk said he had been responsible for the media checking cell and was informing Sheik and different officials on an issue identified with his portfolio.
The CCPO asked me for an inquiry, which I replied. While I was answering, he hinders and called me a son of a donkey, saying he was asking me something however was finding a solution to something different, Virk told the newspaper.
Virk said he finished his MPhil degree in environmental science from the United States in 2015. Serving in the police consistently been his obsession, which is the reason he shows up in the serious assessment of the Punjab Public Service.
He said he resigned because he felt his nobility was seriously assaulted.
I later worked out my resignation to the senior superintendent of police (SSP), said Virk.
Cop composes a letter to IGP against CCPO
Independently, a reader of the (DSP), Baghbanpura Circle, has additionally composed a letter to the. (IGP).
Punjab for an unprejudiced inquiry for a situation enrolled against him and another cop on the order of the CCPO.
The letter demands that the request not be led by any subordinate of the CCPO.
Claiming that it would not be unbiased and reasonable as all officials of Lahore work under Sheik.
Be that as it may, this wasn’t possible as the authority was asking.
In the end, the CCPO conversed with the DSP and guided him to come to his office alongside Abbas and Yousuf. Abbas guaranteed that when they arrived, both of them needed to hear some unforgiving language from the CCPO. They affirmed that the CCPO additionally requested the DSP to enroll a criminal argument against the two.
Then again, the CCPO’s office sources said Sheik has been in the line of fire since the time he assumed responsibility.