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General Public is requested to report any suspicious activity in Punjab, Balochistan and Sind regarding terrorists at universal no 1135 and for KPK at 1125. These numbers can be dialed directly without any code from mobile or PTCL No. In wake of Peshawar rain/storm, rescue teams dispatched to affected areas to assist civilian administration. CMH put on alert, Doctors present to treat the injured. Special Security Division for Pak-China Economic Projects will comprise of 9 Army Battalions,6 Wings Civil armed forces. Will be commanded by a Major General. (@AsimBajwaISPR)
Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee
General Rashad Mahmood, NI(M)
Admiral Muhammad Asif Sandila NI(M)

General Rashad Mahmood, NI(M) was commissioned in an Infantry Regiment in 1975. He is a graduate of Canadian Forces Command and Staff College and National Defence University Islamabad. He holds a Masters Degree in War Studies from National Defence University Islamabad.

His Staff assignments include Brigade Major of an Infantry Brigade, Deputy Assistant Personal Secretary to Chief of the Army Staff, Military Secretary to the President of Pakistan and Chief of Staff in a Corps Headquarters. He remained on the faculty of Pakistan Military Academy, School of Infantry and Tactics, Command & Staff College Quetta and National Defence University Islamabad.

He has commanded two Infantry Regiments, two Infantry Brigades and also has the honour of commanding a multinational United Nations Brigade in Democratic Republic of Congo. The General Officer has commanded an Infantry Division and has also served as Director General Counter Terrorism at Directorate General Inter Services Intelligence. As Lieutenant General, he commanded Corps at Lahore and also served as Chief of the General Staff of Pakistan Army.

On 27 November 2013, he was promoted to the rank of General and appointed Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee.

He is married and has a son and daughter..
 

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The dastardly attack by the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) on Army Public School (APS) in Peshawar represents in essence an act of war against the state of Pakistan. With civilians the deliberate target of the brazen attack, the mass murder of 135 school children by a militant non-state actor unprivileged to use force under various provisions of Pakistani law undoubtedly also amounts to violations of both international humanitarian law and domestic law of conflict of Pakistan as well as the common law of war inherited by it upon its inception in 1947. Read More

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