Lieutenant General Nadeem Ahmed Anjum has been appointed as the director-general of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in place of Lt Gen Faiz Hameed.
Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed has now been appointed as the new Corps Commander Peshawar, the Inter-Services Public Relations (SIPR) announced Wednesday.
Lt Gen Anjum was a commander in Operation Zarb-e-Azb, and during Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad, he was posted as the inspector-general of the Frontier Corps Balochistan.
He has also held the position of Corps 5 Sindh.
The newly appointed ISI chief is a graduate of NDU Islamabad and holds a master’s degree from King’s College London and the NDU, the ISPR said.
The ISPR also confirmed the following appointments:
Lt Gen Muhammad Amir — Commander Gujranwala Corps
Lt Gen Asim Munir — Quartermaster General
Lt Gen Muhammad Saeed — Commander Karachi Corps
Lt Gen Nauman Mahmood — President Defence University
Major Gen Asim Malik has been promoted to the rank of Lt Gen. He has also been appointed the army’s adjutant general.