Malik Muhammad Saad Khan
Malik Muhammad Saad Khan was born in Abbottabad on 19 May 1959. After completing his degree in Civil engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology, he had served in many civil departments but non-to his liking. After attempting and passing in the highly coveted Central Superior Services (CSS) Examinations, fate brought him into the police department where he earned the love and respect of the Nation, the public and the government. He was selected as squad leader for the UN Special Forces and was sent to Mozambique for seven months and had served as Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) in a number of districts and departments. He was two-star rank senior police officer, engineer, and former Chief Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) of Peshawar. He was in charge of security in the provincial capital of Peshawar. Known for his honesty, hard work and dedication, he was killed in a suicide bomb attack while on duty reviewing security arrangements during the Islamic month of Muharram in January 27, 2007.