Prime Minister Imran Khan met Inspector General (IG) Sindh Kaleem Imam to discuss matters related to his transfer.
The meeting also discussed the issue of appointment of Kaleem Imam in future, including issues of law and order in Sindh.
IG Sindh apprised the Prime Minister of the challenges affecting the duties of the police due to the increasing 'political pressure' in the countryside.
A statement from the Prime Minister's Office said in a brief statement that "IG Sindh Dr Syed Kaleem Imam met Prime Minister Imran Khan".
"The law and order situation and other issues were discussed in the province," the statement said.
On the other hand, sources said that the meeting was more than just a briefing on peace and publicity in the province.
After weeks of debates, political tensions, controversies over statements and a tough stand by provincial and federal authorities, the current IG police exchange issue is now resolving as the name of the new officer remains to be agreed. Is.
However, the tensions on this issue can rise again at any time.
Sources said the meeting was held in a very good atmosphere, the Prime Minister called IG Sindh to Islamabad for a meeting.
He said that during the recent visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Karachi, detailed discussions with IG Sindh could not be made, so he called Kaleem Imam to know the other side of the story on the above-mentioned issue.
The sources said that IG Sindh gave the Prime Minister a briefing on the security and law and order situation in the province and also shared details on Karachi.
He said that the IG informed the Prime Minister of the political pressure in general and in certain districts during policing in the province.
Sources said they mentioned various incidents that took place over a year, which led to police and politically influential people having problems.
He said that "IG Sindh has been aware of several complaints received by some officers regarding the abuse of powers, corruption and corruption activities but despite their recommendations, these officers' jobs are maintained due to strong links". ۔
In this regard, sources added that Syed Kaleem Imam said that the officers who perform their duties and take action against the interests of influential people face action from the provincial government.
Talking on the issue of exchange of IG Sindh in the meeting with the Prime Minister, sources said that the matter had been discussed.