How many forces Pakistan have?

Troop strength

Service Total active-duty personnel Total reserve
Army 560,000 550,000
Navy 54,100 5,000
Air Force 70,000 8,000
Paramilitary Forces 482,000 Unknown

Who introduced military rule in Pakistan?

1977 coup (Operation Fair Play) The martial law enforced by President General Zia introduced the strict but modern form of conservatism which promoted the nationalistic and religious programmes.

Who is the longest Army Chief of Pakistan?

General Musa Khan

Commander-in-Chief of the Pakistan Army
Flag of the Pakistan Army
Longest serving General Musa Khan 27 October 1958 – 17 September 1966
Ministry of Defence Army Secretariat-I at MoD
Abbreviation C-in-C

Who was the first commander of Pakistan Army?

General Sir Frank Walter Messervy
General Sir Frank Walter Messervy was born in 1893. He was commissioned in Indian Army during 1913 and joined 9 Hudson’s Horse, in 1914. When Pakistan came into being, he had a unique honour to serve as a First Commander-in-Chief of Pakistan Army from 15 August 1947 to 10 February 1948.

Who is No 1 army in the world?

The largest armies are the world include China>India> the United States>North Korea>Russia in the decreasing order.

Who imposed 4 martial law in Pakistan?

On October 7, President Iskander Mirza declared martial law in Pakistan. He abrogated the constitution of 1956, describing it as “unworkable” and full of “dangerous compromises.” He dismissed the government of Sir Feroz Khan Noon, dissolved the National Assembly of Pakistan and the provincial legislatures.

WHO declared 3rd martial law in Pakistan?

After deposing Prime Minister Bhutto on 5 July 1977, Zia-ul-Haq declared martial law, and appointed himself Chief Martial Law Administrator, which he remained until becoming president on 16 September 1978.

Who was first army chief?

Chief of the Army Staff (1955–present)

No. Name Took office
1 General Maharaj Shri Rajendrasinhji Jadeja, DSO (1899–1964) 1 April 1955
2 General Satyawant Mallana Srinagesh (1903–1977) 15 May 1955
3 General Kodandera Subayya Thimayya, DSO (1906–1965) 8 May 1957
4 General Pran Nath Thapar (1906–1975) 8 May 1961

Who was the 2nd Army Chief of Pakistan?

General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq
List of Chiefs of Army Staffs

No. Chief of Army Staff Time in office
1 General Tikka Khan HJ, HQA, SPk (1915–2002) 3 years, 364 days
2 General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq (1924–1988) 12 years, 169 days
3 General Mirza Aslam Beg NI(M), SBt (born 1931) 2 years, 364 days
4 General Asif Nawaz Janjua NI(M), SBt (1937–1993) 1 year, 145 days

Who was the 2nd Commander in Chief of Pakistan army?

Douglas Gracey
List of Commanders-in-Chief

Time in office
2 Douglas Gracey 2 years, 339 days
3 Ayub Khan 7 years, 284 days
4 Musa Khan 7 years, 325 days
5 Yahya Khan 5 years, 93 days