Pakistan made another mistake by allowing Gen. Raheel to lead "Sunni nato army" paid by S. Arabia. But Nawaz Shareef had no choice but to bow against his money master's demand. His masters are scared from all around shia Yemen, Iran and Iraq.
Here is a text from Col.Ret. Saeed Malik s/o late Gen Akhtar Hussain Malik.
"Raheel's decision to head this force, being referred to as a "Sunni Nato" was ill-advised as best. Among a majority of the officers whom I met, who know him personally, it is believed Raheel had given a free pass to N.S to play hooky with the destiny of the nation, and all his bluster was little than a put on. If he decides to leave his present 'command' and return home, may will consider it an overdue move to repair the damage he has done to his reputation.
The appointment of a popular Pakistani general to head the Saudi-led coalition against another Muslim state set off a furor in Pakistan, amid fears that the move could exacerbate sectarian tensions at home.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, led by Imran Khan, was at the forefront of opposing the decision, saying it could widen the Sunni-Shiite divide in Pakistan and upset Iran, its majority-Shiite neighbor to the West.
But then what do you expect from Shareef, a man of no vision or study except stealing money on fraud documents. The man never read a book in his life.