Sohaib Maqsood, Aamer Yamin call Sindh police ‘corrupt’


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LAHORE: Pakistan cricket team player Sohib Maqsood Tuesday has accused the Sindh police of being corrupt and said that he and his fellow cricketer Aamer Yamin are lucky to be living in Punjab.

Narrating his bad experience at the hands of Sindh police Sohib Maqsood wrote on his social networking website X.

 “We are so lucky that we live in Punjab not in Sindh. First time in my life I am travelling from Karachi to Multan by Road and Sindh police is so corrupt that they stop you after 50 km and ask for money or they threat you to go to the police station for no reason”.

Sohaib Maqsood call Sindh police ‘corrupt’

Lahore: Pakistan cricket team player Sohib Maqsood Tuesday accusing the Sindh police of being corrupt said he is lucky to be living in Punjab

Narrating his bad experience at the hands of Sindh police Sohib Maqsood wrote on his social networking website X.

 “We are so lucky that we live in Punjab not in Sindh. First time in my life I am travelling from Karachi to Multan by Road and Sindh police is so corrupt that they stop you after 50 km and ask for money or they threat you to go to the police station for no reason”.

If you give them money then they will stop you again after 50 km and ask for money again, he stated adding that the corruption is at its peak in Sindh police.

Sohaib further wrote that he and his fellow cricketer Aamer Yamin told them that they are international cricketers travelling to Multan after match in Karachi they still took Rs8000 and then let them go.

Police takes action

According to the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police Shaheed Benazirabad Parvez Chandio, a case was registered against the officials for taking money from the cricketers.

Meanwhile, the Station House Officer (SHO) and head inspector of Sakrand police station have been suspended after being found guilty of negligence, the Sindh police spokesperson told Geo News.

A statement released by the district police officer (DPO) also read that DIG Shaheed Benazirabad, in an inquiry report, mentioned the bribery of national cricketers that took place on the Superhighway between 12am and 1am last night.

“Four policemen of Sakrand police station have been found involved in the incident,” the Sindh police spokesperson said.

It added that a formal FIR has been registered against them and legal action has been initiated, while the SHO of Sakrand police station and other officials have been suspended after being found guilty of negligence.

An inquiry report is also being sent to IG Sindh, said the spokesperson.

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