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Military-civilian administration in B'desh must work together: SM Ahmed

Dhaka, Jan 20 (UNI) Army Chief General SM Shafiuddin Ahmed has stressed on the importance of military and civilian administration working together to take the country forward.
He made the remarks at a press briefing after attending the first session of the third day of the Deputy Commissioners' Conference at the Osmani Auditorium in the capital on Thursday.
The army chief said the assistance of the civilian administration was important in carrying out the duties of the military. I have come here myself and we are giving importance to it by indicating it.
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