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Rawalpindi (Newsbeat) Former Director-General of the ISPR (Inter-Services Public Relations ) Lieutenant General Asif Ghafoor has been appointed as Corps Commander Quetta,  Wednesday citing the military’s media wing. 

According to the ISPR, Lt Gen Asif Ghafoor has been appointed to replace his Predecessor, Lt General Sarfraz Ali who — along with five other Pakistan Army personnel — embraced martyrdom on Tuesday after an aviation helicopter of the army had crashed in Balochistan.

Lt General Asif Ghafoor posted as Corps Commander Quetta

The Military Chopper had gone missing as it was en -route from Quetta to Karachi at around 5:30 PM Tuesday evening. The personnel in the chopper were overseeing the flood relief efforts in the southwest of the country.

Above normal monsoon rains and deadly flooding have hit Pakistan hard this year, killing hundreds of people so far and wreaking havoc, particularly in Balochistan.

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