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Born: Panjpir, Pakistan

Branch/service: Pakistan Army

Years of service: 1985–present

Education: Saint Annee’s Presentation Convent High School

Unit: Pakistan Army Medical Corps

Rank: Major-General

Commands held: Pak Emirates Military Hospital(PEMH)

Major General Nigar Johar, who got the coveted post of a three-star general, has also been appointed as the first female surgeon general of the Pakistan Army.

She is the 1st female officer to be promoted as Lieutenant General.

Johar graduated from the Army Medical College, Rawalpindi, in 1985 and joined the Army’s Medical Corps.

In 2017, she became the third woman officer in the Pakistan Army to attain the rank of major general.

The other two women major generals were Shahida Badsha and Shahida Malik.

Both her father and husband also served in the Army.

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She is the daughter of Col Qadir, who served in the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and is the niece of retired Maj Mohammad Aamir, a former Pakistan Army officer who served in the ISI as well.

Both her parents died in a car accident 30 years ago.

According to PID, not only is the newly promoted lieutenant general a doctor, but also a sharp shooter.

She completed her schooling from Presentation Convent Girls High School, Rawalpindi and graduated from Army Medical College in 1985.

In 2015, she received a Masters degree in public health from the University of Health Sciences, Lahore.

She also has the honour of being the first woman officer to be given command of a unit/hospital of the armed forces.

Congratulating the officer on her promotion, Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif said that this sent a powerful message to girls and young women, “to aspire for the impossible in life”.