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Case registered against former administrator Fahim Zaman for ‘abusing police officers’

Law enforcers asked him to show his CNIC

SAMAA | and - Posted: Mar 26, 2019 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
Posted: Mar 26, 2019 | Last Updated: 3 years ago

Sindh police registered a case on Tuesday against former administrator Fahim Zaman for threatening police officers in Karachi’s Red Zone after being asked to show identification.

A video of Zaman insulting the policemen who stopped him went viral on social media and the Sindh IG decided to take action.

He [Zaman] abused and insulted police officers after they asked him for his CNIC. “We did not know who he was, before we stopped him,” said inspector Adnan. “We check defaulter cars and let the driver go after identification.”

The police officers did not misbehave with the former administrator and were only doing their job, police said, adding that disrespecting law enforcers will not be tolerated.

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  1. Mansoor Ali  March 27, 2019 3:59 am/ Reply

    Right thing done by IG Sindh
    Crupt people like Fahim should be punished .
    Good work

  2. Dr.zabiullah  March 27, 2019 5:38 am/ Reply

    only registered a case thats not fear should be arrest him as what he did ,IG sindh serious take action against him.

  3. Fahim supporter  March 27, 2019 7:10 pm/ Reply

    Fahim sb is good person. V good credibilty and honest person.

    He is brave man who speak up against police officers who tried to bullied him by holding guns to him.

  4. Azam Ali senior journalist  March 27, 2019 9:10 pm/ Reply

    when people like (Fahim) is hurt from all the corners and witness illegal acts the city was destroyed in front of him and he could not do any think this type of oversensitiveness is a natural phenomena. he is not one there are many in the city and the country those burn their blood for system,
    simply he does not have mentality of Riaz Malki
    Azam Ali

  5. Ghulam Murtaza  March 28, 2019 8:43 am/ Reply

    Very shameful act by fahim. Must be punished.

  6. Rai Umar  March 28, 2019 12:24 pm/ Reply

    Fahim, was right why should we show our cinc we are Pakistani citizens not in some country and the other thing is that the policemen was pointing gun at him, did he looked like a terrorist.
    IG should first check the performance of police.

  7. M Ali  March 28, 2019 1:12 pm/ Reply

    As you sow so shall you reap
    How did he dare to calling abusive language, look at this stage of age people must be fear of Allah.
    This Mr Fahim looking not a human he look like jungli, parha likha jahil.

  8. Law Abiding Citizen  March 28, 2019 2:33 pm/ Reply

    This Fahim guy is a bluddy psycho…he should try doing this in UK, USA and will be treated with pepper spray…unfortunately in Pakistan other person suffers from “mera chacha colonel hai” mentality.

  9. Impartial Comment  March 31, 2020 1:31 pm/ Reply

    The question arises here is that why only Fahim Sb. was stopped by the Law Enforcers. There were dozens of other people roaming around; why didn’t they cast their doubt on them? Every citizen should have the right to question and should have the liberty of expression in this so-called democratic country. Although, I agree that Fahim Sb. should have spoken politely. However, this is also true that if anyone is dealt with aggression and tyranny, the reaction will definitely come in the form of response that Fahim Sb. gave.

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