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BCGS Tajuddin arrives at Chennai Port

BCGS Tajuddin arrives at Chennai Port
A Bangladesh Coast Guard Ship (BCGS) Tajuddin arrived at Chennai Port.

Chennai, Feb 14 (UNI) A Bangladesh Coast Guard Ship (BCGS) Tajuddin arrived at Chennai Port today for operational turn around as part of good will visit. The BCGS has visited Goa to participate in the sea exercise as part of International seminar on Regional Cooperation for safe and secure seas scheduled from February 7 to 11. The ship on her return leg to Bangladesh entered Chennai and it will be here till February 17. During the visit at Chennai, various events are planned by Indian Coast Guard (ICG) for mutual interaction to develop inter-operability between the two maritime Coast Guards. BCGS Tajuddin (Pennant number PL 72) a Leader Class offshore patrol vessel, was commissioned on January 12 this year. The length of ship is 87 M (285 ft), Draught 3.2 M(10 ft), Beam 10.5 M(34 ft), Depth 5.5 M (18 ft) and with a speed of 25 knots. The BCGS Tajuddin is commanded by Captain MD Hasan Tarique Mondal (G) NPP, PSE ,BN. The present complement of the ship is 12 officers and 106 enrolled personnel. During the period of stay, the BCGS Tajuddin Commanding officer would be calling on the Coast Guard Regional Commander, Inspector General Rajan Bargotra, TM and other important dignitaries in Chennai. In addition, a reception will be hosted by Rajan Bargotra onboard ship ICGS Samudra Paheredar tomorrow. As part of cross training, Bangladeshi crew will be visiting on ICGS Samudra Paheredar, a Pollution Control Vessel and ICG crew will visit Bangladesh Coast Guard ship BCGS Tajuddin . Visit to Maritime Rescue Co-Ordination Center (MRCC) / Remote Operating Station (ROS) has also been planned for Bangladeshi crew. A friendly volleyball match between ICG and Bangladesh Coast Guard will also be organized at on February 16. The BCGS Tajuddin will depart Chennai Port on February 17 with ceremonial farewell organized by ICG. UNI CS-GV ADB2000

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