Lt.Gen. (retd) Javed Nasir, who was the Director-General of the ISI during Mr.Nawaz Sharif's first tenure [1990-1993] as the Prime Minister and who was sacked by Mr.Sharif along with many other ISI officers in the first half of 1993 on the demand of the US because of his involvement in the training of foreign terrorist groups and his non-cooperation with the CIA in buying back the unused Stinger missiles from the Afghan Mujahideen. He was appointed by Mr.Sharif, in his second term, as his Intelligence Adviser and, concurrently, as the President of the Pakistan Gurudwara Prabandak Committee (PGPC), which manages the gurudwaras, the Sikh places of worship in Pakistan, thereby breaking with the tradition of always appointing a Sikh religious leader as its President.
Lt Gen (retd) Khawaja Javed Nasir of Engineering Corps, who was a friend of Mian Mohammad Sharif, father of former prime minister Mr Nawaz Sharif and former chief minister Mr Shahbaz Sharif, was appointed Chairman, ETPB. The later rendered expert services to Sharif family, one of which was conversion of Rs 4 billion under a Trust known as Sharif Medical and Educational Complex, (now) Jati Umra (Raiwind).