Asim Munir is approved for the position of new army chief by Pakistani President Alvi.

President Arif Alvi appointed Lt Gen Asim Munir as Chief of Army Staff . Lt Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza appointed as Chairman of the joint chiefs of staff committee .

(Pakistan), November 25 : President Arif Alvi published a summary on Thursday and appointed Lieutenant General Asim Munir (COAS) as the next Chief of Army Staff (COAS) and Lt Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza as Chairman of the joint chiefs of staff committee (CJCSC), according to Geo News.In a summary, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had earlier sent President Alvi a note confirming that Munir is now CO According to a statement released by the Presidents Secretariat, Lieutenant General Syed Asim Munir HI(M) was promoted to the rank of General with immediate effect and appointed him as Chief of Army Staff with effect from November 29th, 2022.The promotions and appointments were made pursuant to article 243(4) (a) and (b) of the Pakistan Constitution, and Article 48(1).Both the articles must be read in accordance with Sections 8-A and 8-D of the Pakistan Army Act 1952, according to Geo News.After the confirmation of their appointment as the new chief of army staff and joint chief of staff committee, the government gave Lt. Gen Munir and Chief of Staff, Lt. General Asim Munir, the new chief of army staff and joint chief of staff committee, tweeted Geo News.The COAS revealed that he wanted to retire this year a few months earlier.

However, with the signing, it seems there would be no need for the plan, according to Geo News.Lt Gen Munir, who served as Pakistan's chief spy, will step down from outgoing COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who will retire later this month after a six-year term, according to Tilak Devasher, a member of the National Security Advisory Board (NSAB) and retired as Special Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat.The He also worked in areas in the center of India that are too overlooked or dealt with Kashmir.In the current political climate, tensions between India and Pakistan have soared after a suicide attack on February 14, 2019, when 40 CRPF personnel were killed when their convoy was attacked on the Jammu Srinagar highway in opposition to the ruling alliance.Since the adoption of the confidence motion against Khan in April, it has been a hot topic.

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