Sardar Muhammad Chaudhry (born. 1937, died 2004)
practiced law briefly and then
joined the Police Service of Pakistan in 1963. He served in the field but
the major portion of his career was spent in the Intelligence, FIA and
Narcotics Control Board, where he had a unique opportunity to observe and
influence The Power Game that our rulers are wont to play. His last
position, before retiring in March 1997, was as Inspector General of
Police Punjab, the largest and the most important province of Pakistan.
Because of his rich experience and deep insight he emerged as a guide, a
wise counsel of the police and government. He is held in high esteem by
police force as well as the general public for his high integrity, fairplay and humane approach.