Baitul Izzat inaugurated BGB and BSF training course

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Chittagong bureau:

Commandant of Border Guard Training Center and College, Baitul Izzat, Satkania Brigadier General Md. Sajjad Hossain, NDC, PSC said that along with acquiring strategic skills to prevent smuggling and border criminals, these training will further strengthen mutual trust, friendship and cordial relations between the two forces of both India and Bangladesh. Both the forces can work together to combat border crime. He was speaking as the chief guest while inaugurating the 13-day training program on the border management of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) in the management of Border Guard Training Center and College (BGTTC & C), the only training organization of Border Guard Bangladesh, Baitul I of Bangladesh. These words are said. 10 officers of BSF and 15 other senior members and 5 officers of BGB participated in the training workshop. In this course, training will be provided on border management and security related issues. As a result, the trainees of both the forces will get the opportunity to exchange effective experience during their border duties and to learn effective and effective ways to deal with various difficulties in preventing border crime. This training will be able to play a supporting role for the defense of both the border areas to prevent border smuggling, including cross border smuggling, drug, arms, women and children trafficking, crossing the border illegally. Deputy Commander of Border Guard Training Center and College, Shammi Firoz, PSC, G +, BGCTC & B, Acting Captain Lt. of Border Guard Hospital, Lt. Colonel Mahfuzur Rahman, Border Guard Training Center and College Lt. Colonel Azizul Islam psc, ltd. Colonel Md. Anwarul Azim PBGM, Major Md. Major Mohammad Abul Hassan, Major Mir Lutfullahil Majed, SGP, PSC and Additional Director (Coordination) of BGTCUNDC Major Md. Abdullah Al Mahmud and Satkania Press Club President Syed Mahfuz-Nabi Khokan were present. The training workshop will continue till October 27.
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