Lt General Nigar Johar has become the first woman officer in the history of Pakistan Army to reach the three-star rank, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said yesterday.
The newly appointed lieutenant general, who hails from the Panjpeer village in Swabi district, has been appointed as the first Surgeon General of Pakistan Army, the military’s media wing added.
In 2017, she became the third woman in the country’s history to hold the rank of a major
According to a media report, Johar is the daughter of Col Qadir, who had served in the
Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
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