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Past Presidents


(Aug 2010 to Apr 2015)

Autism Society of Pakistan (ASP) is the brain child of Late Nadeem Anwar who conceived the idea in Aug 2010 and got it registered as a non-profit organization under the Societies Act 1860 with a national charter to deal with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Nadeem Anwar initiated the efforts for establishing the first Autism Resource Centre (ARC) under the umbrella of ASP. He also initiated the case for PCP Certification of ASP. He always looked forward to establishing a network of ARCs all over Pakistan.


(Apr 2015 to Sep 2018)

Maj Gen (Retd) Waqar Ahmad Kingravi took over as President ASP after the sad demise of Mr. Naddem Anwar. During his tenure he worked hard to take the ASP mission forward. Besides several other things his most significant achievements include starting of the ARC Islamabad, PCP Certification of ASP and FBR Tax exemption for ASP.
He was commissioned into the Punjab Regiment in 1974. He joined Pakistan Army Aviation Corps in 1978. He is qualified on Fixed Wing as well as Rotary Wing aircraft. He was one of the pioneers who established Army Aviation Combat Group and flew armed Cobra helicopters extensively. He is a Qualified Helicopter Instructor. He also served as a Company Commander at the prestigious Pakistan Military Academy. He has the degree of MSc War Studies from National Defense University. The pinnacle of his career was command of Pakistan Army Aviation Corps during 2007 and 2008, once high intensity security operations against militants were being carried out. After serving on various command, staff and instructional appointments, he retired in 2012. He has been actively supporting the establishment and development of Autism Society of Pakistan right from the conceptual stage. He has vast experience of management and a keen interest in actively working for social uplift causes.
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