Bangladesh Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun said that it was a different feeling to come to the place of birth. He came on a one-day visit to his native Shalla upazila of Sunamganj district and expressed his feelings.The IGP reached Shahid Ali Model High School playground in Shalla Upazila Sadar at 10 am on Friday (February 24) by helicopter. After that a guard of honor was given to the IGP by a smart team of police in the police station premises. Later he inaugurated the newly constructed 4-storey studio apartment building of Thana and visited the Shalla Thana Mosque. While addressing the journalists, he said that as the country is moving forward with digital speed, the overall activities of Bangladesh Police are also moving forward. He said that under the right direction of the honorable Prime Minister, all the units of the police force are now very strong. The police are always aware of the welfare of the country and people. When asked about the feeling of coming to his birthplace, he laughed and said, “It feels like coming to my parents.” Wherever I am, I can only see relatives and friends, this is a different feeling that cannot be explained. This is called pulse tension.
Sylhet Division DIG Md. Mofiz Uddin Ahmed, Sunamganj District Commissioner Didare Alam Maksud Chowdhury, Police Superintendent Ehsan Shah, Upazila Parishad Chairman Al Amin Chowdhury, Upazila Executive Officer Abu Taleb along with him were with him. District and upazila level top officials and public representatives were present.At 12 o’clock he again went to Srihail, his native village of Janmsthan upazila by helicopter. There he exchanged skills with his relatives and neighbors after lunch. In the afternoon he left for Dhaka by helicopter.