FATA & KP News – Latest News from Fata & KP at Radio TNN

 Breaking News

KP

Nasir Durrani leaves charge as KP police chief after retirement

Nasir Durrani leaves charge as KP police chief after retirement

Nasir Khan Durrani. – A file photo

March 17, 2017

PESHAWAR, 17 March: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Inspector General Police (IGP) Nasir Khan Durrani has signed the order of leaving the charge after which he has retired from the post.

Nasir Khan Durrani was appointed police chief of KP in September, 2013. Additional Inspector General Akhtar Ali Shah has been given additional charge of IGP till the appointment of a new police chief.

Meanwhile, the federal government has sent names to the KP government for appointment of new police chief. The new names include officers from grade-21 and grade-22. According to media reports, the names of Shaukat Hayat, Inam Ghani, Akhtar Ali Shah and Commandant Liaquat Ali Khan are being considered for the post of IGP. However, sources said Akhtar Ali Shah is more likely to become the new police chief.

The KP government will send three names to the Centre for appointment of police chief among which one name will be finalised after approval of the federal government.

Comments

Related Articles

FEATURES & INTERVIEWS – LATEST

Fata Reforms

TDPs

  • Returnees and displaced families from FATA seek food security

    Hundreds of displaced families from North and South Waziristan and Khyber Agency are still living a displaced life. However, the IDPs and repatriated from Fata have claimed that government was, seemingly, least interested to facilitate and provide food to the terrorism-affected tribal people.

  • Political parties running campaigns to increase vote bank among repatriated people of FATA

    Political hustle and bustle have been gaining vigor at the in the areas of return in FATA with public gatherings being organized at hujras and local offices of political parties ahead of forthcoming general elections.During 2013 general elections thousands of families from different agencies of Fata were living in camps and with relatives due to military operations.

  • Ration supply gives boost to economically disadvantaged families in areas of return

    Ms. Fatima, from Kurram Agency, was one of those who lived a satisfied life with the ration and aid her family received from the government. “The ration was a blessing in disguise for us at a time when we had no roof over our heads and my husband was jobless,” she said.

Archives

January 2018
M T W T F S S
« Dec    
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
293031