Javed Ashraf Bajwa
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|Javed Ashraf Bajwa|
|Years of service||1975-2005|
|Unit||Pakistan Army Corps of Engineers|
|Commands held||Frontier Works Organisation
Pakistan Engineers Battalion
|Battles/wars||United Nations Mission in East Timor|
|Other work||Civil contractor at Pakistan Army Corps of Engineers|
Brigadier General Javed Ashraf Bajwa (Urdu: جاوید اشرف باجوہ) is a retired Pakistan Army engineer officer. Brigadier Javed Ashraf Bajwa was Commander of Frontier Works Organisation (FWO). Bajwa was awarded with Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Civil) in 2007. Brigadier Javed Ashraf Bajwa was commander of Pakistan Engineers Battalion in East Timor in 2002.
As a civil engineer by profession, Bajwa has been associated with Pakistan's war-front and affected areas where he also led Pakistan Army Corps of Engineers to reconstruct and rehabilitate the towns and cities.
Since his retirement, he has been associated with the reconstruction of Sukkur Barrage, where he has closely work with Pakistan Army Corps of Engineers and the civil contractors.Currently he is working in the construction of a new phase in Defense Housing Authority Islamabad.
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- "Gen Ahsan confers awards". PakTribune. April 27, 2007. Retrieved July 22, 2011.
- "Pakistani Battalion Hands Over Command to Japan". United Nations. April 15, 2002. Retrieved July 22, 2011.
- "SUKKUR: 40pc work of coffer-dam completed". Dawn. December 17, 2004. Retrieved July 22, 2011.