Qamar Javed Bajwa – the new face of the Chief of Army Staff, Pakistan – has already set alarm bells ringing in India as country’s former army chief Bikram Singh warned his country of the new Pakistani Army Chief, on Saturday.
General (Retd.) Singh considers General Bajwa as a methodical professional, who performed outstandingly in Congo during a peace mission conducted by the UN, where they used to work together.
“Things change once an officer goes back to his home country,” said Bikram Sigh while speaking with the Indian media.
The Indian officer also asserted that the new Pakistan army chief has vast experience of affairs related to the Line Of Control (LoC), adding further, that Qamar Javed Bajwa has served in all areas, along the LoC and he knows pretty well what kind of terrain and conditions exists on both sides.
Earlier, Lt Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa as Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) and Lt Gen Zubair Mahmood Hayat as Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), after the retirement of General Raheel Shareef and General Rashad Mahmood respectively.
General Bajwa will get stick of command from General Raheel Sharif who retires on Tuesday, November 29th, after completing three years in office.