General Pervez Musharraf & Pakistan Army

Pervez Musharraf (born: 11 August 1943), is a retired four-star general and a politician who served as the tenth President of Pakistan from 2001 until 2008. Prior to that, he was the 13th Chief of Army Staff from October 1998 till November 2007, and was also the tenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of Pakistan Armed Forces from 1998 until 2001. Commissioned in Pakistan Army in 1964, Musharraf rose to national prominence after being appointed to the four-star assignments in October 1998 by then-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The Pakistan Army (Urdu: , English IPA:Pɑkʰ fɒ~ɔd͡ʒ; reporting name: PA) is the uniform service branch of the Pakistan Armed Forces responsible for land-based military operations. 5.0/5

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General Pervez Musharraf expressing his concern over the statements by those who abuse Pakistan Army - Administrator
General Pervez Musharraf was the first Pakistani to counter these Khwarjis and their dirty plans when Khwarjis Occupied Masjid Al-Haram (Khaana Kaaba) in 1979 so Pakistan SSG Commandos did the operation in Masjid and Major Pervez Musharraf (Known as General Pervez Musharraf) lead that operation. Also he and Pakistan Army also fought Khwajis in Lal Masjid, Islamabad. Jeeyay Musharraf. Source:
A report in 2002 about Army Officers working on civil positions "Every Country has an army, the Pakistan Army has a country" The range of fields where our military officers are working on civilian posts encompasses every sector of human endeavour including communications, education, diplomacy, water and electricity management, information, post office, jails, local bodies, think tanks, industrial production, shipping, minority affairs, population welfare, health, agriculture, railways, highways, housing, labour and manpower, social and women development, law and justice and sub-sectors of sports from cricket to hockey. Besides tens of thousands of Army Men working in government-owned airline and other government-owned industries. Here's list of Army Officers in Civilian Govt. Departments and Government owned industries and civilian institutions of Pakistan including Universities. Pakistan should be called "Army Inc." General Pervez Musharraf (President of Pakistan) Major General (Retd) Muhammad Anwar (Pre ...
Nawaz Sharif’s intention to pursue treason charges against Musharraf-Reckless and ill-conceived June 24th, 2013: Dr. Raza Bokhari, International Spokesman and North American Point of Contact to General Pervez Musharraf, Former President of Pakistan, in speaking to various media outlets issued the following statement: The Nawaz Sharif government is demonstrating recklessness in its intention to pursue unwarranted treason charges against Former President Musharraf. It is relevant to remember that the Federation of Pakistan was not an aggrieved party in the declaration of State of Emergency in Pakistan on November 3rd, 2007. The Emergency was proclaimed on the request of the Government of Pakistan, both at the Federal and Provincial level. The text of the November 3rd Emergency Proclamation reflects that the Prime Minister, Governors of all four provinces, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, Chiefs of the Armed Forces, Vice-Chief of Army Staff and Corps Commanders of the Pakistan Army had deli ...
1999–present In October 1999, after the Kargil War ended with the unconditional withdrawal of the Pakistani forces from the Indian controlled peaks, the Pakistan Army overthrew a democratically elected government for the fourth time, resulting in additional sanctions being applied against Pakistan, leading to General Pervez Musharraf coming to power in a bloodless coup. However, this time Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif sacked Musharraf when he was on his way to Pakistan from Colombo. He dismissed the Army Chief and appointed General Ziauddin Butt as Army Chief when Musarraf's plane was in the air. That was not enough, the plane was not allowed to land at the Karachi Airport and barricades were erected on the runway. The corps commanders acted swiftly across Pakistan, particularly in Karachi and Islamabad. Brigadiar Muzaffar Usmani took control of Karachi Airport and arrested the Inspector General of Sind Police, Rana Maqbool Ahmed. Musharraf stepped down as President in August 2008. On 30 July 2009, the Pa ...
General Ehsan ul Haq (born September 22, 1949 in Mardan), is a retired four-star general in the Pakistan Army who served as the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of the Pakistan Military until October 8, 2007. After the military coup of 1999 in which General Pervez Musharraf came to power, Ge...
Ashfaq Parvez Kayani,, HI), is a four-star rank general officer in the Pakistan Army, and the current Chief of Army Staff of the army. He succeeded General Pervez Musharraf as the chief of Army Staff on November 29, 2007. In addition, General Kayani formerly served as the Director-General of the Int...
Controversy: Musharraf crossed LoC before Kargil War ISLAMABAD: Controversy surrounding the Former President and Kargil refuses to die down, with fresh allegations by a former Pakistan Army official that weeks before hostilities erupted between Indian and Pakistani troops in Kargil, then Army Chief General Pervez Musharraf spent a night on the Indian side of the Line of Control (LoC). Col (retd) Ashfaq Hussain, who was serving in the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) at the time, said Musharraf flew across the de facto border on March 28, 1999 and spent a night at a location 11 kilometres inside Indian territory, The Times of India reported. Hussain alleges that Musharraf, who was accompanied by Brigadier Masood Aslam, then commander of 80 Brigade, spent the night at a location called Zikria Mustaqar, where Pakistani troops commanded by Col Amjad Shabbir were present. However, the spokesperson for Gen Musharraf strongly denied Hussain’s claim that the former military ruler had ever crossed the LoC. ...
'Musharraf indulged in cover up' Soldiers took part in Kargil conflict: Former Pak Gen ISLAMABAD, Jan 27: Debunking Pakistan's claims about Kargil conflict, Lt Gen (Retd) Shahid Aziz, then heading ISI's analysis wing, has said that there were no mujahideen but only regular soldiers who took part in the "meaningless" 1999 war whose whole truth is yet to be known. The former officer also accused the then Pakistan Army Chief General Pervez Musharraf of "cover up". "There were no mujahideen, only taped wireless messages, which fooled no one. Our soldiers were made to occupy barren ridges, with hand held weapons and ammunition," Lt Gen Aziz wrote in his article in the The Nation daily early this month. Headlined, 'Putting our children in line of fire', the Pakistani official, who retired in 2005 as former corps commander of Lahore, wrote "The whole truth about Kargil is yet to be known. We await the stories of forgotten starved soldiers hiding behind cold desolate rocks, with empty guns still held in their han ...
Indian Army just made up story of soldier beheading along LoC: Musharraf In an interview to Times Now editor Arnab Goswami, General Pervez Musharraf said that it was India who was making up stories to malign Pakistan. In an interview to Times Now, Gen Pervez Musharraf fought tooth and nail to defend the Pakistan Army's stand dismissing allegations that the Indian soldier was beheaded by their Army with help from militants. A visibly aggressive Musharraf, in turn, heaped the blame of deteriorating relations with India on the latter, saying that there has been no effort from India to maintain civilised relations. "Beheading a soldier and sending back his body is inexcusable. However, knowing the Pakistan Army, I can say for sure that it is not in our culture to do something as horrific as that. No disciplined army would do that," said Musharraf. When grilled further about the Pakistan Army's nexus with militants like the Lashkar-e-Taiba, a visibly agitated Musharraf said: "We are not mad people. Stop painti ...
Recall that gruesome incident on February 27, 2000. Ilyas Kashmiri, the leader of Harkat-ul Jihad al-Islami (HuJI), a banned militant group with close links to al Qaeda, led a group of terrorists to raid an Indian Army post. He took back to Muzaffarabad the head of one of the Indian soldiers, sepoy Bhausaheb Maruti Talekar, and showed it off like a trophy. According to reports that appeared in the Pakistani media at that time, General Pervez Musharraf had rewarded Kashmiri for the barbaric operation. What else was expected from ideologues of hate? Ilyas Kashmiri is now dead. US drones, not the Indian Army, killed him. The recent act of Pakistani troops to kill two Indian soldiers along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir reminds one of the brutality displayed by the dreaded terrorist in 2000. It seems Kashmiri is alive in the Pakistani troops even today. A number of reports suggest that the Special Services Group (SSG), the Pakistan Army`s commando uni t, executed the January 08 attack on India ...
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