Over the years, Sindh Police has produced some of the bravest, most dedicated police officers. People like Chaudhary Aslam, who gave their life for the betterment of the province and Pakistan. We’ve handpicked some of the youngest, most passionate and faithful SSPs of Sindh.
Here are a few of our young superheroes who do not wear capes, but do wear caps.
1. Umar Tufail
From Kashmore to Kacha, SSP Umar Tufail spread peace in one of the most dangerous areas of Sindh. The young officers work has been praised by locals at max.
2. Irfan Ahmed Baloch
SSP Irfan Ahmed Baloch set a valiant examples for Police officers around Pakistan. Single handed, he brought peace to Hyderabad. He is also famous for his ‘Half fry’ and ‘Full fry’ encounters.
3. Fida Hussain Janwari
Fida Hussain Janwari became the first Police officer in the history of Karachi to tame down the violence in Lyari. SSP Janwari also solved the mystical case of acid throwing in Karachi.
4. Javed Jiskani Baloch
SSP East Javed Jiskani Baloch has previously handled some of the most dangerous districts in Pakistan. He has proven has a huge threat to seasoned criminals and terrorists.
5. Sheeraz Nazeer
Encounter specialist SSP Sheeraz Nazeer serves as SSP Dadu, one of the most tense areas of Sindh. He has proved himself as the only light in a dark Dadu district.
6. Ghulam Azfar Mahessar
The former Army man, Ghulam Azfar Mahessar proved his mettle and courage after taking charge as SSP West. The Ex-Army man has been praised by seasoned Police professionals.
7. Usman Ghani Siddiqui
SSP Usman Ghani Siddiqui has received many injures in the past at the hands of criminals. Every time, he gets back on the horse and to his job. Extremely professional and dedicated.
8. Syed Pir Muhammad Shah
SSP Pir Muhammad Shah has taken Khairpur out of the ‘Dharials’ reach and his efforts have brought peace to the tensed district. PM Shah served as SSP East for 2 years.
9. SSP Masood Bangash
10. SSP Tanveer Tunio
These dedicated officers deserve our respect. We should be proud of them, for not getting involved in the ‘system’.