KARACHI/ISLAMABAD: Several political figures on Saturday exhibited blended responses on the arrangement of General Qamar Javed Bajwa as the new head of Pakistan Army, some augmented their all the best while others talked about the difficulties for the new leader ahead.
Guard Minister Khawaja Asif expanded his great wishes for the new armed force head saying, “The military approach would proceed and there would be no quick change in it”.
“The attention will stay on nation’s eastern outskirt and the military supported 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 illustrations he set,” Asif included.
The guard serve communicated trust that the administration and military authority will keep on working together for the improvement of the nation.
Resistance pioneer Khursheed Shah said the country’s supplications were with the new armed force head, including that he trusted the new COAS will follow in the strides of his ancestor. “The new Army boss likewise has different difficulties to face,” he said.
PTI boss Imran Khan likewise praised the new armed force boss and the CJCSC, while JI pioneer Siraj ul Haq said the arrangement of the COAS as per formal systems was a hint of something to look forward to.
MQM Pakistan pioneer Farooq Sattar communicated his trusts that General Bajwa will proceed with the strategies of General Raheel Sharif to battle fear based oppression.
As per ANP pioneer Zahid Khan, outskirt circumstance and strains with India would be a greater test for the new armed force boss, than fear mongering.
Prior today, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif grabbed General Qamar Javed Bajwa as the sixteenth Chief of Army Staff (COAS), putting a conclusion to weeks of hypotheses relating to arrangement on the intense post.
General Bajwa will take charge of the Pakistan Army from officeholder Army Chief General Raheel Sharif on November 29.
In the mean time, General Zubair Mahmood Hayat has been delegated Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC). Occupant CJCSC General Rashad Mahmood is likewise set to resign on November 29.
President Mamnoon Hussain advanced the two lieutenant officers to the rank of four-star commanders on the guidance of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.