Lt. Gen (R) Moinuddin Haider

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Designation: Former Governor of Sindh
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Pakistan Army

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Lt. Gen (R) Moinuddin Haider (born 5 June, 1942) is a retired lieutenant general of the Pakistan Army, who after retirement served as the Governor of Sindh and then as the Interior Minister of Pakistan. He was inducted in the Pakistan Army in 1962 first in the 26th PMA Long Course in the Frontier Force Regiment. He did his Masters in Defence Studies from Royal College of Defence Studies, Seaford House, UK, and has the distinction of being the first Pakistani to get his thesis published in Seaford House Papers.



Army Career and Indo-Pak Wars



He saw action in the 1965 and the 1971 Indo-Pak wars. He served as instructor at PMA from 1967 to 1970. He commanded a reconnaissance and support battalion twice in 1975-77 and in 1981-82. Later he was head of Pakistan Mutual Cooperation Group in Somalia from 1978 to 1981.Subsequently, he served as GSO-I operations and colonel staff in an infantry division.Promoted to brigadier in 1983, he left for the UK to attend Royal College of Defence Studies course in 1984 and was the first Pakistani officer whose thesis was published in Seaford House papers. He was appointed director military training at GHQ in 1986 and was closely associated with planning of Zarb-e-Momin.As a two-star, Haider commanded the 33rd Infantry Division at Quetta from 1989 to 1991. He then stayed as the Deputy Chief of General Staff (DCGS) at the GHQ from 1991 to 1993. After becoming three star general, he first served as the Adjutant General (AG) from 1993 to 1996, and then as the Corps Commander Lahore from 1996 to 1997.



Governor of Sindh and Interior Minister



After retirement in March 1997, he was installed as the Governor of Sindh province by the Nawaz Sharif government. He continued to serve as the governor till June 1999 when he was replaced by Mamnoon Hussain. At the onset of military coup in October 1999, General Pervez Musharraf, a junior to Haider as he belonged to 29th PMA Long Course, put Haider as the Interior Minister of Pakistan. He continued to lead the powerful ministry till the 2002 October elections, when Faisal Saleh Hayat replaced him.Moinuddin Haider is the graduate of PAF Public School Lower Topa and is the current patron in chief of the Lower Topa Old Boys Association (LOBA). He is married and has three children.



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sajjad ( karlskrona,Sweden) Thursday, January 01, 2009 3:38:04 PM (MDT - USA)
before a few days there was a media war so he had fully support media in this war,,he is devoted person to pakistan,,if any of the army person is going to bad but he will be good than politician like ppp,,zardari,,,,

me ( karachi,Pakistan) Saturday, December 06, 2008 5:33:51 PM (MDT - USA)
ye paison ke liye apni bhan bhee bech de ga

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