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RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Friday said that he will not take an extension and retire after five weeks, Geo News reported, quoting unnamed sources.

The COAS, according to the sources, said that the army will not play any role in politics.

It is pertinent to note that the extended term of General Bajwa is ending on November 29 and the government has announced that the appointment of his successor will be made in due course and according to the Constitution.

PTI Chairman Imran Khan has called for deferring the appointment, saying the incumbent rulers are not qualified to take a decision in this regard.
 
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may chala belgium wuur jao Pakistanion!!!

shaheed boys plot here plot there plot everywehre

General Boys Plots in Belgium and Australia!
 

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Traitor general have made enough money to live on abroad. Bajwa its not you don't want extension its no one is giving you, lair till the end.
 

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COAS GENERAL QAMAR JAVED BAJWA SAYS WILL RETIRE IN FIVE WEEKS​


RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said will not take an extension and retire after five weeks, ARY News reported, quoting well-placed sources.

The COAS says he has no plans for an extension in his tenure and reiterated that he will retire after five weeks, the sources said.

General Bajwa said that the army will not play any role in politics, the sources quoted COAS.
Earlier, at a recent luncheon attended by the COAS General Bajwa at the Pakistan Embassy in Washington during his recent US trip, he had said the armed forces have distanced themselves from politics and want to stay out of it in the future as well.
Read more: COAS says Pakistan’s nuclear weapons safe and protected
Gen Bajwa also reiterated his resolve to leave after the completion of his term as the army chief this November.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa was appointed as COAS on 29 November 2016 by the then prime minister Nawaz Sharif prime minister Sharif. After the completion of his first term, General Bajwa’s tenure as the chief of the army chief was extended for another three years, starting from November 2019 until November 2022, by the former prime minister of Pakistan Imran Khan.

 

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Tainted establishment’s reputation. Maybe for good.

Will be remembered in history as one of the worse CAOS.
 

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RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Friday said that he will not take an extension and retire after five weeks, Geo News reported, quoting unnamed sources.

The COAS, according to the sources, said that the army will not play any role in politics.

It is pertinent to note that the extended term of General Bajwa is ending on November 29 and the government has announced that the appointment of his successor will be made in due course and according to the Constitution.

PTI Chairman Imran Khan has called for deferring the appointment, saying the incumbent rulers are not qualified to take a decision in this regard.
Yes, already expected two news at the same day. He completed the promise he made to Nawaz Sharif .
 

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Chiefs shouldn't be allowed to work or retire out of country or even leave the country given the sensitive nuclear info they have
Bureaucrats, Military Officers and Politicians all should not be allowed to leave the country and settle their Immediate family Abroad.
 

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