Ex-ISI chief Durrani found guilty of violating military code, loses pension

     
Feb 24, 2019
Ex-ISI chief Durrani found guilty of violating military code, loses pension ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Army has found former ISI chief Asad Durrani guilty of viiolating the military code of conduct for co-authoring a book with india's former RAW chief AS Dulat on controversial issue of terrorism and Kashmir. His pension has been stopped a s a punishment.

The controversial book titled 'The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace', was published in India. Durrani was ISI chief during 1990-92. A Court of Inquiry was ordered against Durrani after the book was released last year.

Army spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor told reporters Durrani's conduct should have been different.

"Asad Durrani has been found of guilty of violating military code of conduct...His pension and related benefits have been stopped. He is no more entitled for the benefits which a retired officer is entitled."

However, he was allowed to retain his rank. Durrani is not allowed to leave the country currently.

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