ACC officials to get training in India next year

Published: November 16, 2019 13:24:47 | Updated: November 16, 2019 21:16:13

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Officials of Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) will go to Gujarat Forensic Science University in India in April next year for special training on corruption investigation and prosecuting criminals.

Deputy High Commissioner of the Indian High Commission Bishwadip Dey sent a letter in this regard, said ACC sources.

ACC Chairman Iqbal Mahmood said that the commission has been working to increase the capability of its officials by training them at home and abroad, reports UNB.

Specialised university on forensic subject will help the ACC officials while conducting digital investigation, he added.

Earlier on September 29, ACC Secretary Muhammad Delwar Bakht urged Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh through a letter to organise specialised training on curbing and preventing corruption.

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