Three police officials deployed at Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Jaati Umra residence in Raiwind were suspended and issued show-cause notices for negligence by SP. The police personnel were suspended after wild cat killed PM precious Peacock kept at the residence.
A police official said a gardener found the peacock’s body on the lawns of the premier’s house where the birds wander freely. He said the incident was reported to SP who summoned the constables deployed near the house. Initially, SP denied the incident, saying some officials had been penalised for not being present for duty at the time.
One of the suspended constables, however, told that 21 constables were summoned by the SP. He said the constables said they were on duty but did not anticipate a cat eating the peacock at night.
The SP cleared 18 security personnel as they were not manning the lawn but issued formal orders of suspension for the remaining three police constables, he said, including Tariq and Rafaqat, who were on guard near the lawn where the bird was attacked.