Sun, Mar 15th, 2009 8:09 pm BdST
Dhaka, Mar 15 (bdnews24.com)–A senior army officer, serving as ambassador to Myanmar, was ordered back to the army Sunday, the government said.
Maj Gen Abu Rushd Rokonuddowlah was sent to Yangon by the emergency government.
An establishment ministry circular said the general would now report to the Armed Forces Division.
A retired brigadier general, A K Mohammad Ali, was made chief executive of the state-run Bangladesh Muktijoddha Kalyan Trust. He will be managing director for two years, the ministry said.
Another army officer, Col M H Salah Uddin, was deputed to the PMO for appointment as director of National Security Intelligence.
Junior army officers serving in civil administration were also shuffled. Major Mustain Zahir, an ACC director, and Major Khairul Quadir, of Bangladesh Survey directorate, will return to the army. Major Tuhin Mohammad Masud of the army will become an ACC director.