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2 prisons officials going to join UN Peacekeeping Mission
Two officials of the Department of Prisons are going to join the UN Peacekeeping Mission in South Sudan for the first time.
They will leave Dhaka on Saturday to join the mission in South Sudan as Correction Officers, said a press release on Thursday.
The two officials are Jail Superintendents Obaidur Rahman and Tahida Parvin.
The two officials got the chance to join the UN Peacekeeping Mission as Bangladesh Jail has attained the international standard, said Additional Inspector General of Prisons Colonel Md Iqbal Hasan.
With this, the Department of Prisons will also be able to contribute to the international arena.