The Secretariat of the National Security Adviser (NSA) of the Prime Minister has been moved to the PM Office (PMO) with immediate effect and Lt Gen (r) Nasser Khan Janjua who was appointed for the slot last week has established his office on 5th floor of the PMO.
He has assumed his office in the PMO. The chamber of the prime minister is also situated on the same floor. Previously the NSA was working from the Foreign Office.
Well-placed sources said yesterday that the NSA who will be heading the National Security Committee (NSC) and would play proactive role in executing its functions forthwith since its new chief has vast experience of dealing with the security affairs.
His last assignment was Commander of Southern Command based in Quetta and in that capacity he did remarkable job in eliminating insurgents and terrorists from the most complex areas of Balochistan.
A distinguished diplomat and security expert Haji Mohamed Sadiq who is a senior officer of grade 22 would continue to perform as Secretary of the NSC. He had a detailed meeting with the new NSA to brief him about the working of the committee, the sources said.
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