Who is Nadeem Ahmad?
Lieutenant-General Nadeem Ahmad, is a now-retired senior three-star rank general officer who is famed and widely honored for planning and coordinating the relief and reconstruction non-combatant military operations after the devastating earthquake of October 2005. Securing the appointment as the director of Federal Relief Commission of Pakistan Army, his credentials secured him the directorship of the Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority. After serving in the military for nearly 40 years, he was duly appointed as the chairman of the National Disaster Management Authority; his efforts included the successful diasaster manament and preparations to contained the nationwide 2010 floods and coordinated the rescue operations in the Hunza Valley, Attabad Lake, and the Airblue crash.
His other military staff appointments included the directorship of the Anti-Narcotics Force and the vice-chief of general staff at the Army combatant headquarters. His last military assignments included the field operations commander of the I Strike Corps at Mangla Cantt, until his retirement in May 2010. He commanded military operations in the war in north-west fronts and was the battlefield commander of the Special Support Group for IDPs affected by the successful military operations in Swat and Waziristan.
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- General Nadeem Ahmed
- Nadeem Ahmed
on July 23, 2013
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