Admiral M S Iqbal as next Navy Chief of Bangladesh Navy

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Rear Admiral Mohammad Shaheen Iqbal, who did his specialisation in anti-submarine warfare from India, has been appointed as the next Chief of Bangladesh Navy, the defence ministry said.

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Rear Admiral Mohammad Shaheen Iqbal, who did his specialisation in anti-submarine warfare from India, has been appointed as the next Chief of Bangladesh Navy, the defence ministry said. Iqbal, who is currently serving as the assistant navy chief, will succeed Vice Admiral Aurangzeb Chowdhury, who is retiring later this month. Iqbal will take on his new role on July 25 with an elevated rank of vice admiral, the defence ministry said in a statement on Saturday.

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