Punjab Police misbehaved with the first lady daughter, reveals inquiry report
LAHORE - It has been revealed in the departmental inquiry that Pakpattan police misbehaved with the daughter of the first lady of Pakistan.
Bushra Imran and Khawer Maneka 's son, Ibrahim Maneka, has provided details to the police inquiry committee, stating his father had reacted as personnel at the checkpoint misbehaved with him and his daughter.
According to the sources, in his email sent to the inquiry committee, Ibrahim Maneka was referring to the allegations levelled against his father that he got Pakpattan DPO Rizwan Gondal transferred when the police team he was leading stopped Khawar for over-speeding.
On August 23, it was reported that police personnel tried to intercept Khawar at a checkpoint when he was coming from Pakpattan. However, when he did not stop they chased him down.
It was said that Khawar misbehaved with the personnel and hurled expletives at them when they stopped him.
Following the incident, the Punjab government asked Gondal to seek an apology from Khawar, but the former refused saying the police was not at fault.
Gondal also informed Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar about his decision of not seeking an apology from Khawar, police sources said.