Pakistan Armed Services Board (PASB)

 Pakistan Armed Services Board (PASB) was established as Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen’s Board at Bombay (India), Rawalpindi and Sheikhupura in 1919 after World War-I. There were 28 x District Armed Services Boards before 1947. The Board continued its functions after Independence and now, PASB has 63 x District Armed Services Boards spread all over the country. PASB is an Attached Department of Ministry of Defence with its Secretariat at Rawalpindi and Directorates in all Provincial Capitals, Gilgit Baltistan and Azad Kashmir. PASB is primarily responsible for looking after Pension related affairs, Welfare Measures and Rehabilitation of Ex-Servicemen of all three Services.  It also helps the Serving/ Retd Soldiers in their Civil matters, where possible.  

Establishment of PM-CJ (Prime Minister - Chief Justice) fund for Diamer Basha and Mohmand Dam


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