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Ashfaq Parvez Kayani
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Military Personnel
    (April 20, 1952- )
    Born in Manghot, Pakistan
    Graduated from Pakistan Military Academy (1971)
    Fought in the 1971 Indo-Pakistani War and the War on Terror
    Director General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (October 3, 2004-October 3, 2007)
    Chief of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army (November 29, 2007-November 29, 2013)
    Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (October 8-November 29, 2013)
    Awards include Nishan-e-Imtiaz, Hilal-e-Imtiaz, Legion of Merit, Order of Military Merit from Spain, and Order of Abdulaziz Al Saud
    He is a chain smoker.
    He only slept a few hours a night during the 2001-2002 India-Pakistan standoff, when he oversaw the mobilization of the unified armed forces.
    He was part of the notorious 'tribunal' who met Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry the day the latter got suspended by Pervez Musharraf. (March 2007)
    When his tenure as Chief of Army was extended, there were concerns over his ambitions, including fears that he would turn Pakistan back to a military dictatorship. (November 2010)
    He was accused of mishandling the Raymond Allen Davis incident, when an American consulate employee killed two Pakistanis, sparking nationwide ourage in Pakistan. (January 27, 2011)
    The Supreme Court of Pakistan issued rulings that he and other military personnel may have been complicit in human rights abuses and political meddling. (2012)
    He was accused of disbanding the Armed Forces Medical Store Depot and overseeing the production and distribution of substandard medicine. (April 11, 2018)
    He plays golf.
    He steered Pakistan's army towards fighting jihadists amidst accusations of aiding them.
    Several top-level US officials visiting Pakistan have voiced their confidence that he 'knows what he's doing'.
    As leader of the X Corps in Rawalpindi, he led the successful investigation of two back-to-back suicide attacks against Pervez Musharraf, gaining his trust as a result. (December 2003)
    He ordered Pakistan's military officers to withdraw from government positions, paving the way for civilian government in the country. (February 13, 2008)
    He settled a dispute between Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari (2009)
    He led relief efforts in response to floods striking Pakistan and was praised for his effectiveness. (2010)
    Forbes named him the world's 34th most powerful person in 2011 and the 28th in 2012.

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