The Balochistan Police on Saturday appointed the left-arm pacer Naseem Shah as the honorary Police Officer with DSP rank of Balochistan police.
According to the details, the ceremony to confer rank was held here at the Inspector General’s office.
The Inspector General Balochistan Police Abdul Khaliq Sheikh and Additional Chief Secretary Interior Zahid Saleem attended the ceremony and presented the pacer with the DSP rank on his uniform.
19 years old Pakistani Pacer Naseem Shah represented Pakistan in 15 Tests, five ODIs, and 16 T20Is and picked up 74 wickets thus far in his budding international career.
The right-arm pacer will represent Quetta Gladiators in the upcoming eighth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), scheduled that will be scheduled by 13 February 2023.
Remember one thing last year in the month of July Pakistan pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi was appointed as honorary officer by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) Police.
For this, a ceremony was held in Peshawar where Shaheen Afridi was appointed as an honorary Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP).
Addressing the people present at the event, Afridi paid tribute to the martyrs of the KP police and praised everyone for playing a vital role in ensuring the safety of the citizens.
Afridi further claimed that since his father was a retired officer of the KP police, it can prove to be a thankless job. The left-arm pacer further added that his brother is also presently employed in the department.