Court of Inquiry on IG Sindh incident completed: ISPR

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Court of Inquiry on IG Sindh incident completed: ISPR
Court of Inquiry on IG Sindh incident completed: ISPR

The Pakistan Army Public Relations (ISPR) says the Army’s Court of Inquiry into IG Sindh’s concerns over the desecration of Mazar-e-Quaid has been completed.

According to a statement issued by the Pakistan Army Public Relations (ISPR). The incident was investigated on the orders of Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa.

ISPR says that according to the Court of Inquiry’s investigation. The officers of Pakistan Rangers Sindh and Sector Headquarters ISI Karachi desecrated Mazar-e-Quaid in the middle of the night on October 18/19 Were busy dealing with the situation.

The officers of Pakistan Rangers and Sector Headquarters ISI Karachi were under intense public pressure. That’s why they took timely action against the desecration of Mazar-e-Quaid following the law.

Because of the strong public reaction and the rapidly changing tense situation. These officers found the Sindh Police’s conduct to be inadequate and sluggish in their knowledge.

To overcome this tense but provocative situation. These officers showed some emotional reactions in their position.

As responsible and experienced officers, they should have avoided such an undesirable situation that created misunderstandings in the state’s two institutions.

The ISPR further said that in light of the Court of Inquiry’s recommendations. The concerned officers have been dismissed from their current responsibilities.

ISPR also said that action would be taken against these officers in the GHQ for violating the code.

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