- Ministry of Defence urges Islamabad Excessive Court docket to not take away Asad Durrani’s title from no-fly checklist
- Durrani was discovered responsible of violating the army’s code of conduct after he co-authored “The Spy Chronicles” with former RAW chief AS Dulat
- Durrani refuses to touch upon the matter
The Ministry of Defence has submitted a written response to a petition filed by former Inter-Companies Intelligence (ISI) chief retired Lt Gen Asad Durrani on the Islamabad Excessive Court docket, urging the courtroom to not take away his title from the Exit Management Listing (ECL).
In keeping with a replica of the response seen by Geo Information, the ministry has instructed the courtroom that it has proof which suggests Durrani remained involved with Indian spy company Analysis and Evaluation Wing (RAW).
The defence ministry additionally stated that it has proof which suggests Durrani has been involved with anti-state parts from different international locations since 2008.
The previous ISI chief has moved the excessive courtroom to hunt the elimination of his title from the no-fly checklist, stating that he needs to go overseas.
Durrani’s title was included within the ECL in 2019 following the Ministry of Defence’s suggestion, sources stated. They instructed Geo Information that courtroom proceedings for the petition filed by the previous ISI chief will begin from the second week of February.
An inquiry was launched in opposition to Durrani for publishing “The Spy Chronicles”, which he has co-authored with former chief of India’s spy company Analysis and Evaluation Wing (RAW) AS Dulat.
Durrani was summoned to the Pakistan Military’s Normal Headquarters (GHQ) in Could 2018, the place he was requested to clarify his place on views attributed to him within the e-book.
The ISPR stated in 2019 that Durrani has been discovered responsible of violating the army code of conduct after he co-authored the e-book.
“He has been found guilty of violating the military code of conduct. His pension and other benefits have been stopped,” the then Director-Normal ISPR had tweeted.
Lt Gen (retd) Asad Durrani responsible of violating army code of conduct: DG ISPR
Durrani has refused to remark
The previous ISI chief has stated he is not going to remark for the reason that matter is already in courtroom, including that it ought to be resolved via the judicial course of.
Sources instructed Geo Information that Durrani will personally seem earlier than the courtroom within the second week of February to attend a listening to of the case.