RAWALPINDI: Farewell to arms ceremony of the outgoing Chairman Joint Chiefs of Workers Committee Common Nadeem Raza was held on the Joint Workers Headquarters on Friday, Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) stated.
The army’s media wing stated that Common Raza is retiring on November 26 after 41 years of illustrious army service. The farewell ceremony was attended by former CJCSC’s and senior officers of the tri-services.
Common Raza, within the farewell handle, thanked Allah Almighty for enabling him to discharge his duties to the perfect of his skills with honesty, justice and dignity.
He applauded the sacrifices rendered by the armed forces in defending the motherland, the ISPR stated.
The outgoing CJCSC reiterated that the defence of the nation is impregnable and gallant troopers is not going to hesitate in making it much more formidable.
A neatly turned out tri-services contingent introduced guard of honour to the chairman joint chiefs of workers committee on arrival on the venue.
Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza to take over as new CJCSC
Common Sahir Shamshad Mirza will take over from Common Raza after his appointment.
A day earlier, uncertainty surrounding key appointments within the army ended after President Arif Alvi signed the abstract and accredited the appointment of Common Asim Munir as the subsequent chief of military workers and Gen Mirza as CJCSC.
“President Dr Arif Alvi has promoted Lieutenant Common Sahir Shamshad Mirza HI(M) to the rank of Common with quick impact and appointed him as Chairman Joint Chiefs of Workers Committee with impact from twenty seventh November 2022. The President promoted Lieutenant Common Syed Asim Munir HI(M) to the rank of Common with quick impact and appointed him as Chief of Military Workers with impact from twenty ninth November 2022,” stated an announcement issued by the President’s Secretariat.
It added that the promotions and appointments have been made underneath article 243(4) (a) and (b) and Article 48(1) of the Structure of Pakistan. Each articles are to be learn with Sections 8-A and 8-D of the Pakistan Military Act 1952.
On this regard, the President has signed the abstract obtained in his workplace.
Each — Gen Munir and Common Mirza — met PM Shehbaz Sharif and President Alvi, individually, after the affirmation of their appointment as the brand new chief of military workers and joint chief of workers committee.