Pakistan Politics: The situation in Pakistan is continuously deteriorating after the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan. Pak army is in a mood to take strict action against PTI chief and PTI supporters. According to sources, Pak Army can use Army Act and Official Secrets Act to surround Imran Khan. These provisions provide for punishment up to death penalty and life imprisonment.
Pakistan burnt after Imran’s arrest
According to information, incidents of violence and anarchy have increased in Pakistan after the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan. There is anger among the people against the Pakistani army. He has termed this action as a foreign-backed, internal provocation. According to reports, during the violence, state institutions and particularly sensitive military buildings were attacked by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supporters.
The incident took place after Imran Khan-led party workers were arrested on May 9 in the Al-Qadir Trust corruption case. Now an important meeting of the Special Corps Commanders’ Conference (CCC) held at GHQ (General Headquarters) Rawalpindi was held. In the meeting, Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir was briefed about the events taking place in the country since May 9.
Complete information given to Pak Army Chief
On the other hand, a press statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that the forum was briefed in detail about the existing internal and external security. The ISPR said incidents such as vandalizing photographs of Shuhada, damaging monuments, burning historical buildings and damaging military installations were carried out.
The incidents of arson were condemned during the meeting. Politically motivated attacks against public and private buildings as well as military installations took place. ISPR has said that the Commander has ordered a thorough investigation into these unfortunate and unacceptable incidents. Also said that the strongest evidence should be gathered against the accused.
Army Chief’s statement, no one should be spared
The Pak Army has now decided not to spare anyone, including Imran Khan, who has committed heinous crimes against military establishments. It said the perpetrators would be brought to book through prosecutions under relevant laws of Pakistan, including the Pakistan Army Act and the Official Secrets Act.
Experts believe that the army’s decision to include the Army Act and the Official Secrets Act is a serious provision, in which Imran Khan, his party leaders and workers can be accused of such charges, which can lead to death and life imprisonment. is the punishment of
This act applies to army personnel
Explain that the Pakistan Army Act usually applies to serving officers, who are prosecuted through the institution’s internal investigation, trial and legal punishment system. If found guilty, the officer is removed from service through a court martial and a dishonorable exit. The Official Secrets Act and its sections deal with sedition, espionage and espionage, the punishment for which includes the death penalty.
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