CCPO challenges suspension.

LAHORE -- Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Ghulam Mahmood Dogar filed a petition in the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday, challenging his suspension from service by the federal government, purportedly for failing to secure the Governor House during a PTI workers' demonstration.

According to a writ petition filed by the CCPO through advocate Sohail Shafique, the respondent government issued the impugned notification regarding the petitioner's suspension on Nov 5 without issuing any show cause notice or providing any reason.

It argues that the contested notification is part of a pattern of victimisation of the petitioner by the federal government, which is biased against the petitioner as a result of the filing of an FIR against two federal ministers at Green Town police station.

According to the petition, after the FIR was registered, the petitioner was ordered to report to the federal government the very next day, so he could be victimised by launching a false, frivolous, and vexatious investigation against him based on baseless...

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