RAWALPINDI: 12 major generals of Pak Army promoted that is big news of today towards military Twelve Major Generals of Pakistan Army have been promoted to the rank of Lieutenant General, the Inter-Services Public Relations said Tuesday
Major General Babar Iftikhar is the third DG ISPR who was promoted to three-star General
The promoted officers included the Vice Chief of General Staff (VCGS-A) Nauman Major General Babar Iftikhar is the third DG ISPR who was promoted to three-star GeneralZakaria, who has served as Director-General of Military Operations, VCGS-B Major General Shahid Nazir and Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar.12 major generals of Pak Army promoted
Major General Babar Iftikhar performed duties as DG ISPR at a difficult time and successfully led a media campaign during the Covid-19 and flood crises in many parts of the country.
He also effectively countered the anti-country Army agenda as the military spok
Two officers from the Corps of Engineers Major General Inaam Haider Malik and Major General Kashif Nazir were also promoted to three-
ISPR said that Major General Mohammad Zafar Iqbal, Major General Ayman Bilal Safdar, Major General Ahsan Gulriz, and Major General Syed Amir Raza were also promoted to the rank of Lieutenant General.mong those promoted to the two-star rank were Brigadier Omer Naseem, Brigadier Syed Abbas Ali, Brigadier Muhammad Abbas, Brigadier Muhammad Shahid Abro, Brigadier Luqman Hafeez and others.
the Pakistan Army had awarded promotions to as many as 32 brigadiers, bringing them to the rank of major-general
Pakistan Army won Shotgun, Long Range and Small Bore Trophies in Open National Matches. Pakistan Navy won the Prime Minister ‘Skills at Arms’ Big Bore National Challenge Match while Pakistan Army secured second position.
Importance of ACRs in Officers’ Career Progression
The inputs before the Selection Board for empanelling officers for higher ranks are
confidential reports (CRs), performance on training courses, honours and awards, value
judgement and negative inputs such as poor disciplinary awards. Of these inputs, CRs
normally constitute approximately 90 per cent of the total weightage. In the past, spoken
Officers’ Promotion Policy in the Army
conduct is not exemplary, the COAS should discuss the issue with the concerned Army
Commander so that the officer is rated appropriately, thereby denying him promotion to
the next higher rank. Even if the Army Commander feels otherwise, the Chief can exercise
his prerogative as the final RO, to grade the office appropriately and write his observations
about the officer’s suitability for promotion unambiguously in the pen picture of the ratee.