The recently appointed Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Sahir Shamshad Mirza is winning praise on the internet for paying a heart-warming tribute to his school teachers.
A video of the new CJCSC is going viral on social media where he can be seen holding a meeting with his teachers at Model College Islamabad, paying a tribute to them for their role in his success.
“Apart from education, you have trained us and because of that, we are where we are. We are indebted to you and we are grateful to you. There are no words that can reciprocate what you have done for us,” General Sahir Shamshad Mirza said while addressing his teachers.
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General Sahir Shamshad is being appreciated by netizens for honoring his teachers and paying them such a rich tribute. Social media users are praising him for his humble act towards his teachers.
— Shahzad Raza (@OldPakistan_) November 26, 2022
General Sahir Shamshad Mirza has and is showing great respect for his teachers , those who give respect to their reachers surely get reward pic.twitter.com/ljnNUsfcTQ
— Shafaat (@Shafaat_Aly) November 25, 2022
General Sahir Shamshad Mirza paid full tribute to his teachers and gave them all the credit for his achievements.
Brilliant speech, one should always respect their teachers no matter how powerful he’s. pic.twitter.com/9Mr6AnnQyD
— Waleed Afridi (@askwaleedA) November 25, 2022
Gen Sahir Shashad’s career
Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza recently served as a commander for Rawalpindi Corps before being promoted a four-star general.
The recipient of Hilal-e-Imtiaz (Military) has served in various senior leadership positions, including director-general military operations (DGMO), Chief of General Staff, and Adjutant General at the General Headquarters.
During his assignment at Military Operations, Sahir Shamshad Mirza also commanded the 40th Infantry Division in Okara.
As DGMO, he was a member of former Army Chief General Raheel Sharif s core team at the GHQ, which supervised the military operation against the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other militant groups in North Waziristan.
He has also served in United Nations-led peacekeeping missions in foreign countries and was conferred with UN Medal for Service in Sierra Leone (UNOMSIL Medal). Mirza was commissioned in the 8th Battalion of the Sind Regiment as the second lieutenant in 1985.