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Pakistan Army Probes Ex-ISI Chief Allegations

Pakistan Army Probes Ex-ISI Chief Allegations

The Pakistan Army’s decision to launch an inquiry into the matter concerning a private housing society near Islamabad airport demonstrates a commitment to accountability and addressing grievances raised by citizens. Led by a Major General, the inquiry aims to investigate the allegations made by Kunwar Mueez, the owner of the housing society, against six intelligence officials, including former ISI chief Lt Gen Faiz Hameed.

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Kunwar Mueez’s constitutional petition filed with the Supreme Court highlighted alleged offenses committed by intelligence officials, including raids on his residence and workplace, detainment of his family, confiscation of belongings, and false charges leveled against them. Despite initial dismissal of the petition, reassurances from the attorney general regarding avenues for legal recourse prompted Mueez to approach the defense ministry.

The formation of an inquiry committee by the defense ministry in response to Mueez’s complaint underscores the seriousness with which the matter is being addressed. Led by a Major General, the committee is tasked with investigating the allegations and ensuring a fair and transparent process.

This step by the Pakistan Army reflects a commitment to upholding the rule of law and ensuring accountability within its ranks. It also sends a message that grievances raised by citizens will be taken seriously and investigated thoroughly to ensure justice is served.