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Punjab CM, IGP Pin Rank of Additional IG to Kamran Khan


LAHORE MIRROR — Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) Chief Operating Officer Muhammad Kamran Khan was pinned the rank of additional inspector general of police.

The rank pinning ceremony was held at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat. On the occasion, Punjab Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi, the Punjab chief secretary and the inspector general of police performed the pinning of the rank of additional IGP.

According to the notification issued, Mr Muhammad Kamran Khan, a BS-20 office of the Police Service of Pakistan, presently serving under Government of the Punjab, is promoted to BS-21 in that service, on regular basis, with immediate effect.

On promotion, the services of Mr Muhammad Kamran Khan will remain at the disposal of the Punjab government until further orders.



Additional IGP Kamran Khan joined PSCA as Chief Administration Officer in 2017 and streamlined the human resource wing of the authority. He has been credited with hiring more than 50 per cent of the existing staff of the authority that is now operating in more than six cities with 1,000 staff.

Earlier, he worked as DIG Development and AIG Development at the Central Police Office (CPO) Punjab and helped develop police infrastructure of worth around Rs14 billion that is unprecedented in the previous 10 years history of the Punjab police.

With degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore and LLM from the London School of Economics, Khan has also served Balochistan police as DIG Headquarters and Punjab Police as Khanewal DPO.

He was rewarded with the President Police Medal (PPM) during his posting as Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP). He was also nominated for National Civil award (Tamgha-e-Shujaat).

Mr Khan has also served the United Nations in Sudan and was awarded UN Medal for Peace (UNPM).

The officer is also winner of International Visitor Leadership Programme (IVLP) Award, US and British Chevening Scholarship, UK.

Police circles rate him high for his uprightness, professionalism and hard work.