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Faizabad sit-in Inquiry Commission Summons Faiz Hameed (Former ISI Chief).

Ex-Spy Chief Faiz Hameed Faces Double Summons: Faizabad Inquiry & Dismissed Judge Case

The spotlight is back on former Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief Faiz Hameed, facing summons for two separate investigations:

1. Faizabad Sit-in Inquiry:

  • Hameed is summoned again by the Faizabad Dharna Inquiry Commission to record his statement next week. This probe investigates the 2017 protest that led to a tense standoff between security forces and religious factions. Hameed’s role during the incident remains under scrutiny.

2. Dismissed Judge Case:

  • The Supreme Court issued a notice to Hameed in a case linked to the dismissal of former Islamabad High Court judge Shaukat Siddiqui. Siddiqui alleges he faced pressure from powerful figures, including Hameed, leading to his dismissal.


  • This is the second time Hameed faces summons in the Faizabad case.
  • The Supreme Court notice allows Hameed to respond to Siddiqui’s allegations.
  • Other high-ranking officials, including former army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa, are also named in the Siddiqui case.

Potential Implications:

  • Hameed’s statements in both investigations could shed light on previously unknown details surrounding the Faizabad incident and the pressure allegedly faced by Siddiqui.
  • These cases continue to raise questions about institutional influence and power dynamics in Pakistan.

Read More: Gen (retd) Faiz Hameed Summoned by Commission

A Supreme Court bench, led by Chief Justice of Pakistan Qazi Faez Isa and including Justices Aminuddin, Jamal Khan Mandokhel, Hassan Azhar Rizvi, and Irfan Saadat, heard an appeal challenging the suspension of Justice Siddiqui from office on Thursday.

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