RAWALPINDI – General Qamar Javed Bajwa is to expect order of Pakistan Army on Tuesday as Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif is resigning tomorrow.
Solicitations have been dispatched to ministers, common pioneers, military authorities among different dignitaries to go to the change of order function that is planned for tomorrow in hockey ground contiguous General Headquarters (GHQ).
Then again, General Zubair Mehmood Hayat has expected charge as the Chairman of Joint Chiefs Staff Committee (CJCSC) today in a function that was held in GHQ before in the day.
In the service, contingents of each of the three military led a walk past while the naturally selected CJCSC looked into Guard of Honor.
The service was gone to by head of each of the three military including the armed force boss assign.
Head administrator (PM) Nawaz Sharif assigned General Bajwa as the armed force boss on Saturday after which he met a one-on-one meeting with him and in addition with General Hayat.
The choice came after the chief came back from his two-day Turkmenistan visit taking after which he gathered a meeting with President Mamnoon Hussain and took him in certainty over the choice and new arrangements.
Pioneer of the Opposition in National Assembly (NA), Khurshid Shah and Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) among different pioneers of various political gatherings invited PM Nawaz’s choice and trusted that the new military boss took after the strides of his ancestor, General Sharif.
The active boss has been commended by both national and global bodies for his productive activities against radicalism in the nation. Operation Zarb-e-Azb, a substantial scale coercive activity against alcoves and a huge number of fear mongers in Norht Waziristan was propelled in June 2014, under his watch.
General Raheel Sharif led a goodbye meeting of corps authorities in GHQ today amid which he expressed gratitude toward the administrators for participation that prompted to accomplishment of Pakistan Army on various fronts in past years.