ISLAMABAD/RAWALPINDI: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday grabbed General Qamar Javed Bajwa as the sixteenth Chief of Army Staff (COAS), putting a conclusion to weeks of serious theory relating to arrangement on the capable post.
General Bajwa will take summon of the Pakistan Army from occupant Army Chief General Raheel Sharif on November 29.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa was charged in 16 Baloch Regiment on 24 October 1980. He is graduate of Canadian Forces Command and Staff College, (Toronto) Canada, Naval Post Graduate University, Monteray( California) USA, National Defense Univesity, Islamabad.
He has been an educator at School of Infantry and Tactics, Quetta, Command and Staff College, Quetta and NDU. He has additionally been Brigade Major of an Infantry Brigade and Chief of Staff of Rawalpindi Corps.
He has directed 16 Baloch Regiment, an Infantry Brigade and has told Infantry Division in Northern Areas (Commander FCNA). General Bajwa has likewise ordered Pakistan Contingent in Congo. He has told Rawalpindi Corps, and his last position was Inspector General Training and Evaluation at GHQ.
In the mean time, General Zubair Mahmood Hayat has been designated Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC). Officeholder CJCSC General Rashad Mahmood is additionally set to resign on November 29.
President Mamnoon Hussain advanced the two lieutenant commanders to the rank of four-star officers on the guidance of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, moved on from Command and Staff College Camberley, United Kingdom, and National Defense University, Islamabad. The general served on key posts all through his vocation.
As a noteworthy general, Hayat served as General Officer Commanding (GOC) Sialkot and drove Staff Duties Directorate. He was lifted to lieutenant general in January 2013 and was instated as corps leader Bahawalpur.
He was later delegated as the chief general (DG) of the Strategic Plans Division in December 2013. The division, shaped in 2001, is imperative to inquire about for and improvement of Pakistan’s atomic weapons, and it fills in as the secretariat of National Command Authority.
After this significant obligation, General Zubair Hayat was named as Chief of General Staff (CGS).
Hayat hails from a military family. His dad resigned from Pakistan Army as a noteworthy general.
One of Gen. Zubair’s sibling, Lt. Gen. Umar Hayat, is serving as administrator of Pakistan Ordinance Factory Wah Cantt.
Protection Minister Khawaja Asif expanded his great wishes for the new armed force head saying, “The military strategy would proceed and there would be no prompt change in it”.
“The emphasis will stay on nation’s eastern outskirt and the military sponsored by the country will meet all difficulties,” he said, while addressing Geo News.
“The legacy of General Raheel Sharif would proceed in the light of the cases he set,” Asif included.
The barrier serve communicated trust that the legislature and military initiative will keep on working together for the improvement of the nation.
In the mean time, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif held a meeting with President Mamnoon Hussain at the President House in Islamabad. The chief took the president into certainty on key military arrangements.
The two figures likewise traded sees on undertakings of national significance.
The two officers selected on key military posts approached Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif soon after their arrangement was declared.
Armed force boss assign Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa and selected CJCSC Gen. Zubair Mahmood Hayat held gatherings with the chief at PM House, Islamabad.
The service for the change of summon of Pakistan Army will be held at the General Head Quarters (GHQ) Rawalpindi at 10:30 am on November 29, as indicated by sources.
The active Army Chief General Raheel Sharif will hand over the ‘summon stick’ to General Qamar Javed Bajwa amid the service.
General Raheel Sharif will go to the service as the main visitor.
Previous armed force boss, and senior military authorities will likewise be available at the Change-of-Command service.
It will likewise have government priests, individuals from the Parliament and remote ambassadors in participation.