The revolt between Sindh Police against Pakistan has been in the limelight from a couple of days. It all started last week when the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) kicked-off nationwide protests against Imran Khan, who is the current prime minister of Pakistan and accused the military of interference in Pakistan Politics.
The opposing party with the support of Pakistan Democratic Movement demanded Imran Khan to resign from his post, and thousands of people protested against this and joined the rally in Karachi.
In addition to this, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Safdar Awan was seized from his hotel room. According to the News International report, nearly every police officer in Sindh District decided to protests against the humiliation which happened with Sindh IGP Mushtaq Mehr that occurred during the arrest of Safdar Awan.
Former Sindh governor, Muhammad Zubair said that FIR should be filed in Safdar arrest saga. ''Pakistan Rangers kidnapped IGP Sindh'', he further added. These situations have caused extreme bitterness in the system. The top officers of the police department which includes three addition IGs, 25 DIGs and 30 SSP proffered leave application to protest against the unfortunate incident of October 18/19.
Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa has walked into the situation and demanded an inquiry for the ''Karachi Incident''. Sindh Police showed their reaction by using official Twitter Handle.
Yaqoob Minhas, who is an additional inspector of general police, has also submitted a letter to support IGP Mushtaq Mehr, who has already submitted a low key letter of leave.
Asking to proceed on leave, Minhas said,'' In such a stressful situation, it is quite difficult for me to discharge my duty in a professional manner''. To come out out of this shock, I may kindly be granted 60 days leave, he further added.
Supporting Pakistan Rangers, Interior Minister Brigadier Ijaz Shah has broken his silence over the ''Kidnap'' of Sindh IGP Mushtaq Mehr and the controversial arrest of Safdar Awan. In his statement, he said, that in a democratic system, political leaders are not allowed to target the system on the name of freedom of speech and expression.
The hostility between the Pakistan government and the army has been disturned due to the recent ''Karachi Incident''. Ijaz Shah who is a former Pakistan Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), operator was previously criticised for policies and supporting terrorists, might have a thought to create problems among the Pakistan Peoples Party and Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz).