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11 high ranking Army officers sacked over corruption charges

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RAWALPINDI: At least 11 high ranking senior Pakistan Army officers have been dismissed from their services after internal inquiry found them involved in corruption.

The officers included Lieutenant General Obaidullah Khattak, Major General Ejaz. Others include five Brigadiers, three Colonels and a Major.

According to sources in the military, the internal inquiry was being conducted within the Army for more than one year.

The officers served in the Frontier Corps (FC) in Balochistan.

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Other names in the list of sacked officers include Brigadier Haider, Brigadier Asad, Brigadier Amir, Colonel Haider, and Major Najeeb.

According to sources in the military, the internal inquiry was being conducted within the Army for more than one year.

Sources, the senior officers have been stripped of their ranks, and perks and privileges they were entitled to. The officers will only continue receive their pensions and medical facilities.

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