Deputy inspector general of prisons

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Deputy Inspector General of Prisons, shortened to DIG of Prisons or DIG Prisons, is a high-ranking official in the provincial prison service, usually the controlling officer or head of a region or circle of district, central, special and women jails/prisons, borstal institutions and remand homes within a province in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

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