Bangladesh Police Inspector General (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun said, we have now gained the ability to eradicate militancy and terrorism.
Stating that there is a stable law and order situation in the country today, the IGP said that once upon a time, the Holi game of militancy and terrorism started in this Bangladesh. 63 districts were bombed simultaneously across the country. Those who served among the common people had to pay taxes to various forces. From that situation, the Hon’ble Prime Minister adopted the policy of zero tolerance towards militancy and terrorism after assuming office. Increased our capacity. Arranged our manpower augmentation and training. Digitized the country.
He said this while addressing the chief guest at the Sudhi rally held at the Rangpur District Shilpakala Academy Auditorium on Monday (September 18). The event was organized on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of Rangpur Metropolitan Police (RPMP).
Due to the law and order situation being normal, the way Hon’ble Prime Minister has energized various sectors, a wave of development activities has been created in various places. In this Rangpur area, potatoes are cultivated or various vegetables are cultivated. Coldstorage is needed for what people are growing here, too. There is a lot of talk about the price of things, not being available, but I think these things will happen. Now the production is increasing. Earlier the people of South Bengal used to go to different places in search of work now different exotic fruits are being cultivated in their area. Tourism is developing in Sundarbans and is also happening in Rangpur. A tide of development is blowing everywhere.
At the beginning of the program, RPMP Commissioner Md. Moniruzzaman gave a welcome speech, Rangpur Divisional Commissioner Habibur Rahman, Rangpur Range DIG Abdul Baten, Rangpur Police Training Center Commandant Basudeb Banik, Begum Rokeya University Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Md. Hasibur Rashid were the special guests.
IGP Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun said that sustainable development requires sustainable security. And with sustainable security comes sustainable peace, sustainable development is possible with sustainable peace. We have come a long way towards this goal. There is a long way to go. As we progressed, our per capita income went from $500 to $3,000. We are expecting the cooperation of the people of Rangpur in the coming days to maintain law and order.
The police chief said that when the honorable prime minister took over, the country’s per capita income was $500. And now our per capita income is about $3000, we have improved. When I was in Nilphamari, the salary I was getting as a Superintendent of Police did not allow for regular air travel. Earlier, a plane used to come from Dhaka to Syedpur via Rajshahi, then return to Dhaka via Rajshahi. And now there are 18 regular daily flights from Syedpur. This means our purchasing power has increased, financial capacity has increased.
The IGP said that the main problems of this city are drugs, gambling and traffic congestion. Regular exercise will improve these problems. Apart from drug raids, children should be monitored where they are going and who they are associating with. Raising the awareness of the parents and every citizen has to fulfill his responsibility from his own place. The inspector general of police wants everyone’s cooperation in building smart policing in the coming days.
Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Mobashwer Hasan, District Police Superintendent Ferdous Ali Chowdhury, RAB 13 Commander Arafat Islam, Mahanagar League convener Dr. Delwar Hossain, Metropolitan Community Policing Forum President and District Council Chairman Mosaddek Hossain Bablu.
Earlier, at eleven in the morning, the day-long program was officially inaugurated by flying balloons and pigeons in front of Suravi Udyan in Rangpur city. A colorful joyous procession followed from there
Go out and circle the different roads of the city.
Later, the guests participated in the gathering organized at the District Art Academy Auditorium.
On the occasion of the fifth anniversary of Rangpur Metropolitan Police, a commemorative wrap was unveiled at the end of the cake-cutting phase. Also, IGP Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun distributed prizes among the winners of various competitions held on the occasion of the anniversary. A car was also donated by the Community Policing Forum to speed up the work of the Metropolitan Police.#

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