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Lt. General (R) Salahuddin Tirmizi
Name: Lt. General (R) Salahuddin Tirmizi
Tenure: March 2015 to March 2021
Province: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Party: Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N)
Seat Description: General

Personal Information

Gender: Male
Marital Status:

Contact Detail

Office Number: 051- 8316555
Home Number: 0997-440340
Mobile Number: 0333-5556555, 0311-5050590
E-mail: tirmizi1@yahoo.com
Local Address: i. C-308, Parliament Lodges, Islamabad. ii. 41- National Park Road, Rawalpindi, cantt.
Permanent Address: Kaghan House, 7-A, Ghazi Kot, Township, Mansehra, Hazara.

Committee (s)

Academic Career

Qualification: M.Sc. (War Studies) Quaid-e-Azam University (1984)

Other Information

CURRICULUM VITAE
PERSONAL DATA

1. Name: Lieutenant General (R)Salahuddin Tirmizi

2. Father's name: Syed Mahmood Shah

3. Date of Birth: 1 May 1943

4. Place of Birth: Mansehra, Hazara, N.W.F.P, Pakistan.

5. Religion: Islam

6. Sect: Sunni

7. Academic Qualifications:

a. Matriculation- Cadet College Hasan Abdal
b. F.A- Cadet College Hasan Abdal
c. B.A- Pakistan Military Academy Kakul
d. B.Sc Honours Balochistan University Quetta
e. M.Sc War studies- Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad

8. Number of Children: Five. Two Boys,Three Girls.

9. Permanent Address: Kaghan House, P.O Kaghan, District Mansehra (Hazara), Tehsil Balakot, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

10. Present Address 1: Kaghan House, 41- National Park Road, Army Officer's Housing Colony, Rawalpindi

Present Address 2: Kaghan House, 7-A, Ghazikot Township, Mansehra.

Telephone Numbers:
Rawalpindi: 051- 8316555
Mansehra: 0997- 440340
Kaghan: 0997- 420001
Cell ;- 0333-5556555 , 0344-5099730

Email:- tirmizi1@yahoo.com , gen.sd.tirmizi@gmail.com

RECORD OF MILITARY SERVICE

11. Regular Commission in Pakistan Army, Armoured Corps in October 1964 after 2 years training as Cadet at Pakistan Military Academy Kakul.

12. Served for 35 years and retired as a Lieutenant General on 2 March 2000. During service held various command, staff and instructional appointments. Details in each rank as follows:

a. 2nd Lieutenant/Lieutenant(Service in a Tank Regiment, 23 Cavalry, FF)
(1) Troop Leader (20 October 64 to 21 July 65).
(2) Squadron Second in command (22 July to 16 November 65).
(3) Attended Young Officer Armour Course at School of Armour

b. Captain
(1) Quartermaster in a 23 Cavalry, FF (17 Nov 65- 4 June 67).
(2) Attended Infantry Weapons & Tactics Course at School of Infantry & Tactics
Quetta (5 June 67-5 September 67).
(3) Adjutant in 23 Cavalry, FF (23 September 67-17 July 68).
(4) General Staff Officer Grade -3, 34 Infantry Brigade (18 July 68-23 August 69).
(5) Attended Basic Intelligence Course (March 69-June 69).
(6) Instructor at School of Military intelligence (24 July 69-4 December 70).

c. Major
(1) Squadron Commander in 23 Cavalry, FF (5 December 70-27 September 71).
(2) Advisor on Armour in Saudi Ministry of Defence (28 Sep71-3 Dec 71).
(3) Squadron Commander in 23 Cavalry, FF (4 December 71-27 April 72).
(4) General Staff Officer Grade-2 Inter Services Intelligence Directorate
General (28 April 72-12 December 74)
(5) Attended Australian Staff College Course (January 75-January 76)
(6) Squadron Commander in 23 Cavalry, FF (13 January 76-14 December 76)
(7) Brigade Major 8 Independent Armour Brigade Group (15 Dec76-17 Feb 78).

d. Lt Col
(1) Commanding Officer 23 Cavalry, FF (18 February 78-20 September 80).
(2) Officer Commanding Tactical Wing, School of Armour (21 Sep 80-11 June 81).
(3) Instructor Class A and General Staff Officer Grade-1, Command and Staff College
Quetta (12 June 81-21 July 82).
(4) Commanding Officer 27 Cavalry (22 July 82-22 July 83).
(5) Attended Armed Forces War Course at National Defence College (23 July 83-31
June 84)
(6) Colonel Staff 17 Infantry Division (7 July 84-14 April 85).

e. Brigadier
(1) Instructor at National Defence College (15 April 85-24 June 1988).
(2) Commander 3 Independent Armoured Brigade Group (25 June 88-18 August 90).
(3) Chief of Staff 4 Corps (18 August 90-8 August 91).

f. Major General
(1) General Officer Commanding First Armoured Division (9 Aug1991- 22 June 1993)
(2) Director General Armoured Corps, GHQ (23 June 1993- 25 August 1993)
(3) Director General Anti Narcotics Task Force (ANTF), Chairman Pakistan Narcotics
Board (PNCB) and later, on merger of the two departments and creation of Anti
Narcotics Force (ANF), its first Director General. Also held additional appointment
of Secretary Narcotics Control Division during the period of merger of ANTF and
PNCB, raising of the force and framing of laws (26 August 1993 to 26 February

g. Lieutenant General
(1) Commander 2 Corps (2 March 1996- 25 October 1998)
(2) Commandant National Defence College, Islamabad (26 October 1998- 2 March
2000)
(3) Retired having completed full colour Service on 2 March 2000.

13. Honours and awards
a. Imtiazi Sanad in 1965 War
b.Tamgha-i-Basalat in 1973
c. Hilal-i-Imtiaz Military in 1995
d. Sitara-i-Basalat in 1997

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES ATTENDED

14. Leader of Pakistani delegation at 38th Plenary Session of UN General Assembly in New
York on Control of Narcotic Substances (24-29 October, 1993).

15. Member of Pakistani delegation at 37th session of United Nations Drug Control
Programme (UNDCP) at Vienna (13-22 April 1994).

16. Member Pakistani Delegation at Indo-Pakistan Drug Control Conference under UNDCP,
Vienna (July 1994)

17. Member Pakistani delegation at Indo-Pakistan Drug Control Conference, New Delhi
(September 1994)

18. Leader Pakistani delegation at 38th session of UNDCP, Vienna (March 1995).

19. Leader Pakistani delegation at Indo-Pakistan Drug Control Conference, Islamabad
(May 1995).

20. Leader Pakistani delegation at Indo-Pakistan Drug Control Conference, New Delhi
(September 1995).


COUNTRIES VISITED AS MEMBER / LEADER OF PAKISTANI DELEGATION ON STUDY TOURS / CONFERENCES / COURSES

21. Asia
China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Jordan, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea,
Thailand, Turkey, UAE

22. Europe
Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, UK, Ukraine

23. North America
Canada, USA

24. South America
Argentina, Brazil

25. Australia

POLITICAL CAREER

26. Formed an independent political group in District Mansehra and fielded candidates in Local Bodies Elections. The group won all the three Tehsil Nazims and District Nazim Seats against the official candidates of the military regime .

27. Contested 2002 general election for national assembly as part of the independent group and lost. The defeat remains controversial.

28. Joined PML (N) in 2006. Appointed Assistant Secretary General and member Central Executive Committee un 2007

29, Actively participated in movement for restoration of democracy and independence of judiciary.

30. Contested 2008 election on PML (N) ticket and lost, The controversial result challenged in the apex court. The date for hearing still awaited

HOBBIES/ SPORTS

31.Riding and hunting

32.Chief Executive Pakistan Polo Association 1993-1998

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