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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. MOU signed by ISI & NDS. Includes int sharing, complimentary and coordinated int ops on respective sides. prevent such acts from happening. Directed focus on synergising ops & capacity enhancement of civ-mil int agencies at natl level for optimum effect. COAS visits ISI HQ Islamabad. Appreciated for pre-empting numerous terror acts in last few months, emphasis on enhancing capacity to further. (@AsimBajwaISPR)
Director General ISPR
Major General Asim Saleem Bajwa HI (M)
Major General Asim Saleem Bajwa

Major General Asim Saleem Bajwa HI (M) was commissioned in the 34 Punjab Regiment from the Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul, in March 1984. He is a graduate of the Command & Staff College Quetta, National Defence University Islamabad and Staff College Camberley, UK. He holds Masters degree in Defence Studies from Kings College London (UK), and in War Studies from the NDU, Islamabad. During his military service, he has held various command staff and instructional appointments, which include command of an Anti-Tank Battalion, an Infantry Brigade Group and a strike Infantry Division. He has been Brigade Major of an Infantry Brigade and Chief of Staff of a strike Corps. He has also been on the faculty of PMA Kakul & Command and Staff College Quetta, and has served as Deputy Military Secretary to President of Pakistan. He was promoted Major General in December 2010. He is recipient of Tamgha-i-Basalat and Hilal-i-Imtiaz (Military).

An avid reader and a keen golfer, is married and has three children.

He took over as DG ISPR on June 4, 2012.


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