LAHORE - The grievances of public still remain unresolved despite the recent directions of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif for addressing the same by bringing a tangible change in 'Thana Culture. It has been learnt that when the CM was addressing the regional and district police officers of the province in order to bring a change in Thana Culture at the CM Secretariat on Sunday morning, SHO Tassaduq Hussain of Rohilanwali Police Station, Muzaffargarh at that time was allegedly thrashing a person, who approached the police to seek justice. As per details, the said SHO flatly refused to register an FIR against accused on the complaint of one Nazeer Ahmad (60), resident of Qadirpur Saleh, Muzaffargarh. The SHO also hurled threats of dire consequences to this man. Another member from Nazeer Ahmads family namely Hafiz Ziaullah, 19, approached The Nation on Monday and revealed that SHO Tassaduq Hussain was allegedly patronising the accused, who illegally occupied their house as well as a residential plot, besides forcibly taking possession of their wheat crop. He disclosed that the SHO also visited the (crime) site where the accused person(s) construction work was underway despite the court stay order. The SHO assured us of justice but suddenly backed off from his promise after he talked to my uncle Malik Hazoor, who is also a Station House Officer, Ziaullah alleged. Interestingly, when this scribe contacted SHO Tassaduq for his version, he pledged he would provide justice to the victim family. But he again manhandled Nazeer Ahmad on Monday at about 5pm in the jurisdiction of Rohilanwali Police Station. My grandfather Munshi Khair Mohammad, 130, has nine sons: Khawaja Ghulam Farid, Master Manzoor, Atta Mohammad, Haji Abdul Majeed, Nazeer Ahmad, Wazeer Ahmad, Altaf Hussain, Malik Hazoor Bux (SHO) and Malik Ghafoor, Ziaullah said and added, his old grandfather can recall only his one son Altaf Hussain and grandson Nadeem. He said that his grandpa had given his land (property) to Altaf and Nadeem only as he could not remember his other sons, adding that a case was being pursued in the court in this regard now. We have the power of attorney of 196-canal cultivable land for last 20 years for which we paid Rs 3.2 million in advance. But the accused have allegedly picked our wheat and are issuing life threats. Ziaullah further said that now they wanted to get an FIR registered against the accused namely Naeem Altaf, Nadeem Altaf, Haji Abdul Majeed and Tairq Hazoor (SHO). It was also learnt that the police party which again visited the site on Monday morning allegedly received ten-litre petrol, Rs 3500 in cash, and a lavish lunch from the accused. The police also received confirmation signatures at least from 15 locals as evidence of their visit to be presented before their top boss in the time of need. Well-established sources in Muzaffargarh Police also added that DSP Riaz Hussain Bukhari tendered several complaints against many officers including SHO Tassaduq Hussain, but surprisingly they all remained safe from any kind of disciplinary action or punishment. The boy, Hafiz Ziaullah, has appealed for justice to the Chief Minister Punjab, Lahore High Court Chief Justice Khawaja Mohammad Sharif and Inspector General of Police Punjab Tariq Saleem Dogar. He has also asked for protection shell for his family. The FIR was not registered till 8 pm.