Faizabad sit-in case: Gen (retd) Faiz Hameed summoned by commission.
Faizabad Sit-in Inquiry Heats Up: Ex-ISI Chief in the Spotlight
The Faizabad sit-in investigation takes a dramatic turn as retired Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed, who served as ISI chief during the 2017 protest, is set to be summoned by the commission. This move throws the spotlight on high-ranking officials and reignites the quest for accountability.
- Ex-ISI Chief Summoned: Lt Gen. Hameed’s testimony is sought due to his position during the sit-in, raising questions about potential involvement.
- IB Officer’s Statement: Sajid Kayani, former SSP Operations Islamabad, denies external interference in the operation against Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP).
- IG Islamabad Summoned: Khalid Khattak, appointed during the sit-in, will also appear before the commission.
- Supreme Court Review Petitions: Nine parties, including the government, challenge the 2019 decision, seeking further investigation.
- The summoning of high-ranking figures marks a significant step in uncovering the truth behind the Faizabad sit-in.
- The commission’s findings, expected within two months, could hold powerful individuals accountable and potentially rewrite the narrative.
- This renewed investigation signifies a continued pursuit of justice and transparency regarding this pivotal event in Pakistan’s recent history.
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