KARACHI  - Supreme Court of Pakistan Thursday directed Inspector General Police Sindh to take action against police officers involved in manhandling of their colleague, who challenged out-of-turn promotions.A three-member bench, comprising Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali, Justice Amir Hani Muslim & Justice Muhammad Athar Saeed, also directed Additional IG Bashir Memon to complete his investigation by fixing responsibility of those involved in incident and submit his report within three days.DSP Maqsood Ahmed was manhandled by policemen whose out-of-turn shoulder promotions were challenged by Maqsood after hearing of case at apex court’s Karachi registry branch on September 3.On Thursday, Additional IG Bashir Memon submitted his initial investigation report, stating statements of officers were recorded, but no responsibility on anyone was fixed yet.Apex court’s bench observed we don’t want to become a party in this case. We want impartial inquiry, as the incident has damaged the image of the institution.During hearing, the bench inquired from SP Khurrum Waris about policemen in plainclothes, as shown in pictures published in different newspapers. SP Khurrum Waris said he did not know those personnel.Advocate General Sindh Abdul Fattah Malik requested that a Sessions Judge should be appointed to conduct inquiry into the incident.SC bench turned down Advocate General?s request, observing that the judiciary should not be got involved in every case.The bench adjourned hearing with direction to IGP Sindh to take action against those found involved in the incident. Additional IG Bashir Memon was also directed to complete his investigation by fixing role of those involved and submit his report to IGP Sindh and Supreme Court within three days.The bench also adjourned hearing of main case regarding out-of-turn shoulders promotions of officers in Sindh Police.