Record of Pakistan's Army Chiefs and Why It Is So Important For India

Lieutenant-General Asim Munir appointed head of Pakistan's nuclear-armed force . Munir served in occupied Kashmir and Saudi Arabia for more than three decades .

Karachi is a city in Pakistan.Lieutenant-General Asim Munir has been appointed the head of the country's nuclear-armed force, the nation's most powerful unit, and it could influence whether relations with India can be improved.Who Is Asim Munir?Munir served in Pakistan's occupied Kashmir and Saudi Arabia for more than three decades, supporting the country's largest financial industry, including the International Service Intelligence (ISI) in 2018.On the request of then-Prime Minister Imran Khan, he was removed as ISI chief after only eight months.Munir is currently the armys quartermaster general, in charge of supplies, and has had a major role in preventing conflict with nuclear-armed rival India on its eastern border, as well as dealing with instability and conflict with Afghanistan on its western frontier, according to foreigners.Munir's reputation has been weakened by violence in the past, when anti-Western and anti-India terrorist groups have erupted.

The army has stated that it will not hesitate to interfere after recently admitting to meddling in politics.Whether the current army chief sticks to his pledge could be crucial in Pakistan's political transformation.Khan has led country-wide demonstrations in an attempt to obstruct Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif into early elections.As Pakistan looks to recover from a historic flood, the incoming army chief could play a vital role in raising the political temperature.

Bajwa also lobbied Washington to help broker a deal with the International Monetary Fund, but he was a vocal supporter of better links and admonition against escalation when tensions flared, such as when an Indian missile accidentally crashed into Pakistan's territory this year.According to politicians, he supported former cricketer Imran Khan to become Prime Minister in 2018.Khan accused Bajwa of contributing to his demise earlier this year in a featured video.Amit Shah is the next person to tell us why we should avoid correcting historical errors.

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