Tarique Ahmed Siddique
|Tarique Ahmed Siddique|
|Unit||Corps of Engineers|
|Commands held||Engineer-in-Chief of Military Engineer Services|
|Other work||Defense & security advisor to the PM|
Siddique served in Directorate General of Forces Intelligence. From 17 November 2001 to 17 March 2002 he served as the Engineer in Chief of the army. He also served as Senior Instructor (Army) in Defence Services Command and Staff College (DSCSC) Mirpur.He was chief of personal security to Sheikh Hasina when she was the opposition leader. He was present during 2004 Dhaka grenade attack which tried to assassinate Sheikh Hasina. He was appointed to the post of Adviser to Prime Minister in 2014. He advises the Prime Minister on anti-terrorism actives. He inaugurated the Disaster Response Exercise and Exchange in 2016.He is a graduate of Defence Services Command & Staff College (DSCSC) Bangladesh. He has done RCDS course from Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS) London, United Kingdom.
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