Punjab caretaker CM says no to protocol

Mohsin Raza Naqvi
Mohsin Raza Naqvi

Dr Usman recommended as IGP to Centre

Newly appointed caretaker Punjab Chief Minister Syed Mohsin Raza Naqvi on Monday rejected to take any sort of protocol.

Naqvi made it clear that he will use petrol and a vehicle on his own expense. He reached the chief minister’s office without any protocol to call on the officers. The officers of CM House were introduced to Naqvi.

Meanwhile, Punjab caretaker government on Monday sent the summary of appointing Dr Usman Anwar as Punjab Police Inspector General.

Anwar has been serving as Additional IG Motorways while he also served as Additional IG Special Branch. Source said that Capital City Police Officer Lahore, Deputy Inspector General Operations and DIG Investigation. The province’s police force would also see shuffles after Anwar’s appointment.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Monday congratulated Mohsin Naqvi, the chief executive officer of City News Network, on becoming the caretaker Chief Minister of Punjab.

The prime minister extended good wishes to Mohsin Naqvi and said that the election commission decided to appoint the caretaker chief minister as per the Constitution and law.

“We welcome the decision of the election commission. It is hoped that all the requirements of transparent,