RAWALPINDI: The Military Court of Inquiry into the incident of IG Sindh which took place against the backdrop of desecration of Mazar-e-Quaid has completely removed the officers concerned from their responsibilities.

According to the Pakistan Army Public Relations Department (ISPR), the Army’s Court of Inquiry has been completed regarding IG Sindh’s concerns over the incident which took place against the backdrop of desecration of Mazar-e-Quaid.

The ISPR said that the inquiry into the IG Sindh incident was conducted on the orders of the Army Chief. On the recommendation of the Court of Inquiry, the concerned officers have been removed from their responsibilities.

According to the Court of Inquiry, the incident took place between midnight on October 19 and 18. Pakistan Rangers Sindh and Sector Headquarters ISI Karachi officers were busy dealing with the public reaction. In the tense situation, the officers showed some emotional reaction in their position.

A Pakistan Army spokesman said that as experienced officers, they should have avoided the undesirable situation. Due to the responsible officer, misunderstandings have arisen in two state institutions. Action should be taken against the officers for violating the code in GHQ. Will

that it may be recalled that on the night of October 19, Capt R Safdar was arrested by the police on the charge of violating the sanctity of Mazar-e-Quaid. His arrest was carried out from a private hotel. Was

Later, Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa took notice of the incidents in Karachi and directed the Corps Commander Karachi to investigate all the incidents and demand an immediate report.

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