New Delhi, Oct 27: After much dilly-dallying and going back and forth several times, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan approved the appointment of Lt. General Nadeem Ahmed Anjum as the next chief of the Inter-Services Agency (ISI).
The decision was taken after several differences between the Army and Khan had been reported over the appointment of the new ISI chief. Lt. Gen Anjum will take over as the new ISI chief on November 20. He was commissioned in the 28th Punjab Regiment of Infrantry and is from the 77th PMA long course. He has also served as an Inspector General of the Frontier Corps stationed in Balochistan between 206 to 2018. Between 2020 and 2021, he also served as the Corp Commander of V Corps.