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19 serving generals of the Pak Army will retire till Nov 2022

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We will tell you who is the Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan. Sir Sir Frank Walter Missouri. General Sir Frank Walter was the first Commander-in-Chief of Painting Pakistan. He was the Chief Commander-in-Chief of Pakistan from August 1947 to February 1948. He is said to have retired. It is said that Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah disobeyed orders regarding Kashmir. General Secretary General David Petraeus was the last British man in Pakistan from February 1948 to 1958. General Aslam Baig was ordered by Quaid-e-Azam. Despite not sending troops to the Kashmir front, he was forced to retire.

No. 3 Aiwan Field Marshal Ayub Khan was Pakistan’s first local Muslim military chief. He held the post from January 1951 to 1958.

 No. 4 Mohammad Musa General Mohammad Musa Bhutto, belonging to the Hazara community, was the Army Chief from June 1966 to 1958. He was considered very close to Ayub Khan, which is why Ayub Khan himself became the President of the five Generals. Giving priority to him, he appointed Ayub and Zia as army chiefs Ehsan Ayub Khan made General Yahya Khan the Chief of Army Staff in 1966 and then when he resigned from the presidency in 1971, Yar Khan took over the charge. He resigned after the fall of Dhaka in 1971.

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No. 6 General Gul Hassan Khan Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s General Gul Hassan Khan was made the Chief of Army Staff, but effective from December 1971 to March 1972, ie in two light was appointed Ambassador to Austria

No. 7 General Tika Khan from March 1972 Until March 1976, General Tika Khan was the Chief of Army Staff. At the end of his tenure, he was appointed Federal Adviser in the Bhutto Government. He was a full-fledged politician. He was the Chief of Army Staff from March 1976 until his death on August 17, 1988. He was the Chief of Army Staff, giving priority to seven generals. Later, he was the Chief of Army Staff of the Bhutto government and also held the post of President. General Mirza Aslam Baig

No. 9 remained with him for a year. General Zia in August 1988 Al-Haq took over command of the Pakistan Army after his death in a plane crash and the issue of extending his tenure was raised, but President Ghulam Ishaq Khan refused to extend it, so he retired in August 1991. General Asif Nawaz Janjua Imran Khan appointed him Chief of Army Staff in August 1991, but in January 1993 he suffered a heart attack which proved fatal. He carried out a major operation against dacoits in Sindh. Later, the Karachi operation was also launched.

No. 11 General Abdul Waheed Kakar led the army from January 1939 to January 1996. He also played the role of mediator in the disputes between Army Chief Sarfraz Khan and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. In 1996, General Jahangir Karamat was appointed Chief of Army Staff. After the change of government, when Nawaz Sharif became the Prime Minister, differences arose in the political and military leadership which led to the removal of General Jahangir Karamat in August 1998 and Musharraf He will also be Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States Sharif appointed General Pervez Musharraf as army chief in 1998, but he overthrew the pro-government government in 1999 and handed over command of the army to General Kayani in November 2007, assuming the presidency himself. However, a few months later, he had to leave here on August 18, 2008. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani was appointed by President Asif Ali Zardari in November 2007. Later, his tenure was extended. He continued to lead the Pakistan Army till November 2013.

Leading No. 15 General Raheel Sharif General Raheel Sharif’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif appointed the Army Chief who took over in November 2013. He launched Operation Zarb-e-Azb which broke the backs of terrorists and hanged them by the circles. Demands for giving came up but he flatly refused to extend and retired in November 2016. General Raheel Sharif was later appointed as the head of the armies of the 44 Muslim countries headed by Saudi Arabia.

Bajwa General Qamar Javed Bajwa is the fifth general to be appointed by Nawaz Sharif on a deal. He took office in November 2016. He was sacked this year but Prime Minister Imran Khan last month extended his tenure for another three years. The commandos will lead the army.

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