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    • General Haque was the commander of the XI Corps, and commanding-general officer of the Army elements responsible for fighting a secret war against Soviet Union.Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq-Wikipedia
    • In April 2001, Lieutenant-General Ehsan was posted as the field commander of the XI Corps stationed in Peshawar but remained in this command capacity until October 2001.Ehsan ul Haq-Wikipedia
    • On October 19, the ground offensive was launched when military personnel from XI Corps, along with the airborne forces who were assisted by the joint special forces, entered the area of South Waziristan, which had been subject to a three month long blockade.Operation Rah-e-Nijat-Wikipedia
    • The XI Corps, under its commander Lieutenant-General Jan Aurkzai, entered the Tirah Valley in the Khyber Agency for the first time since Pakistan's independence in 1947.Insurgency in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa-Wikipedia
    • Under his command, the elements of Pakistan's XI Corps participated in numerous operations against the Soviet Union.Fazle Haq-Wikipedia
    • Now promoted to lieutenant general, Haq was the commander of XI Corps at Peshawar from January 1978 to March 1980.Fazle Haq-Wikipedia

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