How was Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa's first round?

How was Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa's first round?

How was Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa's first round?

Let's go talk ... Qamar Javed Bajwa, who took over as Army Chief after the departure of General Raheel Sharif, had many challenges, including the complete elimination of terrorism, his distinguished identity after the inspirational image of General Raheel Sharif. From 'angry' Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif can be considered as a harmonious, top priority on state affairs.

In the first phase, eight major generals were given important responsibilities by developing the Lieutenant General for a confident start.

DGISI Lieutenant General Rizwan Akhtar's Joint Staff has been transferred to National Defense University, Corps Commander Mangala Umar Farooq Durrani's Pakistan Ordnance Factories and Corps Commander Rawalpindi Zafar Iqbal.

The first two officers later resigned and took premature retirement. General Bajwa appointed DGISI Lieutenant General Naveed Mukhtar, Corps Commander Rawalpindi Lieutenant General Nadeem Raza (nominated Chairman Joint Chief of Staff Committee), Corps Commander Mangala Lieutenant General Azhar Saleh Abbasi and Chief of General Staff Lieutenant General. ۔

Lt. Gen. (R) Ashfaq Nadeem, who is the 'Super Said', has been given MD Maadi Petroleum so he can start his post-retirement career.

Operation Radcliffe and amnesty for surrendering militants
On the directives of the Army Chief, the final Operation RiddalFisad was launched to tackle terrorism across the country.

The unique aspect of General Bajwa's security policy was that he negotiated with militants, along with operations.

The amnesty granted to the TTP, such as the Sindh National Front, the United National Movement, the Baloch separatists and the militants surrendering to the Punjabi Taliban reached the end of General Bajwa's tenure.

The construction of security fences and border fortifications along the border with Afghanistan reduced terrorism significantly. It also completed dozens of development projects in FATA and Balochistan for restoration and reconstruction.

In the three years of General Bajwa, the concept of 'military diplomacy' has emerged, helping to understand his role in foreign visits, meetings with foreign delegations to Pakistan, and especially in the Afghan Taliban and US negotiations.

'No more balanced and democratic man seen in army than General Bajwa'
The personal impression of General Bajwa is that of a hard general, even before the rank of army chief, he goes a round.

Three years ago when he was called to the Prime Minister House to report for the Army Chief's nomination, the General Bajwa welcomed the junior military and civilian officers in a rather casual manner.

People from different walks of life support them.

According to the present Prime Minister, Imran Khan, he did not see a more balanced and democratic man than General Bajwa in the army and at the beginning of the ministry, it was decided that General Bajwa would be the army chief.

In 2017, when Imran Khan was the main leader of the opposition, he still said that the army chief stood with democracy.

The important point is that General Bajwa was also made part of the National Development Council, which aims to improve the economic condition of the country.

Institutional relations have been exemplary in domestic and international affairs such as Kartarpur transit, the Pulwama attack tension, tackling protests after the Asiya Bibi case, protests against corruption, the elimination of Article 370 from Kashmir during the current government.

On the march of Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman, the Maguiyis started the procession, but with their return, PTI breathed a sigh, but sad and heartbroken federal minister Faisal Wawada said at a talk show on Nawaz Sharif's departure. We have the government but not the power ”.

Later, he described it as "we don't have two-thirds majority, so we don't have power".

In the Imran government, General Bajwa replaced Lieutenant General Asim Munir Shah as ISI chief and appointed Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed as DG. This change came into view because General Asim Munir was the head of ISI for only eight months. Which is the lowest in the tenure of the former ISI chiefs.

Worked with three Prime Ministers

During his tenure, General Bajwa worked with two political parties, the PML-N and the Tehreek-e-Insaf governments and three prime ministers, but the former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his accomplice were only eight months old.

Establishment and relations between the government of Nawaz Sharif and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi cannot be considered ideal.

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