Questioning the PAK Army Chief, this person suffered heavy, 5 years in jail


The son of a Major General, who retired from the Pakistani Army, has been sentenced to five years in prison by a military court in Pakistan. Let us tell you that the son of the retired general had asked Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa to resign.

Sports Desk | Edited By : Satyam Dubey | Updated on: 30 Oct 2021, 09:48:25 PM

Qamar Javed Bajwa (Photo Credit: NewsNation)

New Delhi:

The son of a Major General, who retired from the Pakistan Army, has been sentenced to five years in prison by a military court in Pakistan. Let us tell you that the son of the retired general had asked Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa to resign. According to the information received, the convict allegedly wrote a letter criticizing the extension given to Chief of Army Staff General Bajwa and sought his resignation. He was convicted of sedition for criticizing the expansion of the Pakistan army chief.

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Hassan was defended by an officer deputed by the Pakistan Military Court in a trial in July this year. Retired Zafar Mehdi Askari complained that he was facing difficulties in meeting his son in the high-security prison in Sahiwal. Used to be. Earlier in January, the Islamabad High Court had heard the case which had directed the sedition trial to be conducted under camera surveillance.

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Let us tell you that during the trial the question was raised whether a civilian can be tried by a military court? This question was later put to court for decision by the military authorities. Recently, Pakistan’s civilian and military leadership were at loggerheads over the appointment of the Director General of Pakistan’s intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).



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First Published : 30 Oct 2021, 09:47:24 PM

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