In the third key transfer in FIA within three months, Tahseen Anwar Shah has been appointed as new Federal Investigation Agency director general, reported a private TV channel on Sunday. The government has also appointed Binyamin as Inspector General (IG) of Islamabad. Notifications in this regards have been issued, the channel reported. The appointment of Tahseen Shah, who is a grade 21 police officer and has served as Gilgit-Baltistan Inspector General Police (IGP), had been working as Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) additional DG. His appointment came on the heels of his predecessor Malik Muhammad Iqbals transfer who was indicted by the Supreme Court for obstructing course of law before his transfer from the FIA DG post. Malik Iqbal, whose transfer was widely believed as an attempt by the federal government to save his skin, enraged SC by writing a letter to the Interior Ministry that caused transfer of an officer investigating the multi-billion-rupee scam in the National Insurance Company (NICL). The investigating officer was working to the entire satisfaction of the court and the court has asked the government to put him back on the case. The new job, in this backdrop, would be a challenge for Tahseen Anwar who will have to very carefully tread his way between serving the government and satisfying the court.