Saturday, February 11, 2012
Brigadier Ali Khan Will Be Court Martialed For Having Alleged Links With Banned Outfit
Pakistan Army has decided to court martial Brigadier Ali Khan for their alleged links with a banned outfit Hizb-ul-Tehrir, sources said.
Brigadier Ali Khan was detained six months ago. He was deployed in GHQ Rawalpindi. He was alleged to groom a particular mindset in the army and also had contacts with banned organisation Hizb-ul-Tehrir in this regard.
According to the sources, summary of evidence has been prepared against the brigadier and court of inquiry has also been ordered. It said that proceedings of court martial would soon be launched.
Former head of JAG branch Col (retd) Akram when contacted by Geo news, said that he has been contacted for counseling Briagdier Ali Khan, however he added that he is not his lawyer at the moment. Akram expressed his willingness for being hired as the brigadier's lawyer.