The federal government made significant changes to Punjab’s top bureaucracy, replacing Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Lahore Ghulam Muhammad Dogar with Bilal Siddique Kamyana and appointing Zahid Akhtar Zaman as Punjab chief secretary and Usman Anwar as inspector general of police (IGP).
The 24th Common of the Pakistan Civil Services is where the recently appointed Chief Secretary Zahid Akhtar Zaman comes from. He held numerous important positions in Punjab.
Amir Zulfiqar Khan was recently appointed and was replaced by IGP Dr. Usman Anwar. Usman Anwar was already carrying out his responsibilities as an additional IG Motorway Police before the appointment.
Usman Anwar, an ASP who joined the police department in 1995, has a solid reputation. A member of the Pakistan Police Service’s 23rd Common, Anwar is. He has previously held positions as a chief traffic officer in Rawalpindi, SSP operations in Faisalabad, an additional IG special branch in Punjab, and CID.
Along with working in telecommunications and Elite Police, Usman has also held the positions of DPO Okara and DPO Sargodha. Additionally, he has held significant roles in the Punjab, Sindh, and Islamabad police.
Lahore Ghulam Muhammad Dogar, a Capital City Police Officer (CCPO), has been replaced by Additional IG Bilal Siddique Kamyana by the government. Dogar has been told to report to the Establishment Division.
The attack on the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) long march in Wazirabad was the subject of an investigation by the joint investigation team (JIT), which Dogar led.
Following the swearing-in of caretaker CM Mohsin Naqvi, sources in Punjab’s bureaucracy anticipate further changes.