CM Buzdar, IGP Kalim Imam tender unconditional apology in Supreme Court

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CM Buzdar, IGP Kalim Imam tender unconditional apology in Supreme Court

ISLAMABAD - Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and IGP Kalim Imam have tendered unconditional apology to the Supreme Court of Pakistan.

Both tendered an unconditional apology before the Supreme Court in a suo moto case pertaining the transfer of a district police officer in Pakpattan.

“I offer my unconditional apology. However, I had not put any pressure on police officers for transfer of DPO,” CM Buzdar told the apex court.

“It was my third day in the office after my election as Chief Minister of Punjab. When I came to know about Maneka family incident, I called RPO to CM House and asked him to resolve the matter amicably,” he said.

Apart from the chief minister, IG Punjab Kaleem Imam also apologized to the apex court for his role in the controversial transfer.

"This will not happen again. I tender my unconditional apology," Imam told the court.

Chief Justice Saqib Nisar reprimanded the provincial police chief for failing to present a fair report about the incident