- Riffat Mukhtar appointed as Sindh’s Inspector General of Police (IGP) by the caretaker federal government.
- Mukhtar, a grade-21 officer in the Pakistan Police Service, replaces Ghulam Nabi Memon Mukhtar’s distinguished career includes roles such as Regional Police Officer (RPO) in Multan and Additional IG Establishment.
- Mukhtar’s distinguished career includes roles such as Regional Police Officer (RPO) in Multan.
In a recent development, the caretaker federal government has designated Riffat Mukhtar as the new Inspector General of Police (IGP) for the Sindh province. This decision comes as Ghulam Nabi Memon steps down from the position. The Establishment Division has officially announced this appointment through a notification.
Riffat Mukhtar, a respected officer holding the rank of grade-21 within the Pakistan Police Service, is set to assume the responsibilities of the IGP for Sindh. Mukhtar’s career has been marked by significant roles, including his tenure as the Regional Police Officer (RPO) in Multan and his position as Additional Inspector General in the Establishment department.
In accordance with the endorsement of the Federal Government, Mr. Riffat Mukhtar, who currently serves the Government of Punjab and holds the rank of BS-21 within the Police Service of Pakistan, has been reassigned. He will now take up the role of Provincial Police Officer (PPO) within the Government of Sindh.
This transition is carried out under the provisions of Section 10 of the Civil Servants Act of 1973. The appointment is effective immediately and will continue until further directives are issued.
This alteration in leadership is expected to bring about new directions and strategies in Sindh’s policing landscape as Riffat Mukhtar takes on this significant responsibility.