The Punjab government has designated Assistant Commissioner Syeda Tehniyat Bukhari as an officer on special duties (OSD) after he allegedly misbehaved with women at a bazaar.
According to a notice provided by the Services and General Administration Department:
“Syeda Tehniyat Bukhari, assistant commissioner Narowal, is hereby transferred with immediate effect and directed to report to Administration Wing S&GAD for further orders.”
A notification in this regard stated
‘Syeda Tehniyat Bukhari, Assistant Commissioner Narowal, is hereby transferred with immediate effect and directed to report to Administration Wing S&GAD for further orders.’
On Wednesday (May 12), a video clip went viral on social media showing Narowal AC Tehniyat Bukhari humiliating two women at a bazaar for reportedly breaking Covid lockdown. Two Islampura women were carrying a shoe box in a shopping bag. The AC, along with revenue staff and police officers, examined the shopping bag in their possession and inquired as to where they purchased the shoes.
The women informed the AC that they had purchased the shoes a few days before and had returned for a replacement. The AC threatened to throw the woman in jail.
Meanwhile, a member of the women’s family arrived, and an exchange of words occurred between the AC and the resident.
A police officer shoved the women’s family member, and the situation was resolved thanks to the help of other residents.
Despite repeated attempts on her cell phone, the AC could not be reached.