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Dhaka, Sept 27: Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun has instructed the police officers to be vigilant so that no one can spread any rumors about the upcoming Durga Puja. He also directed to strengthen the police patrol on the occasion of Puja.
Dhaka, August 28: Bangladesh Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun said that strict action will be taken against anyone who wants to worsen the law and order situation. Policemen are informed about what we can legally do and what our limitations are.
Dhaka, July 21: In normal times, the people of the capital are fed up with the violence of robbers in the city of Dhaka. Moreover, the roads of Dhaka were relatively deserted during the four days of the Eid holiday. Robbers become more reckless at night in an empty Dhaka. Besides, they are also targeting the people returning to Dhaka after the holiday. Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) reeling after a police constable was killed by robbers. Operations have been started to tackle the rising cases of snatching in the capital.
Dhaka, April 18: On the occasion of the upcoming holy Eid-ul-Fitr, vehicles without fitness will not be able to ply on the roads and highways in order to make the journey of people home safe and smooth. Battery-powered three-wheelers will also not run on highways.
Dhaka, March 15: The field-level police officers have been instructed for regular market monitoring to prevent the rise in commodity prices in view of the Holy Ramadan. Instructions have also been given to take necessary steps to ensure that no one creates any untoward situation by spreading rumors about the price hike, insufficiency of food, etc.
Dhaka, March 2: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said, "It is not that the militants who escaped from the jail are not being caught, but many militants have been caught. I have found many militants. All efforts are on to nab those who have escaped. Surely we will catch them."
Dhaka, February 28: A recent report published by the United States Department of State has mentioned that Bangladesh has the ability to control the law and order situation inside its country and across the border.
Dhaka, 29 January 2023 : Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called upon every member of the Bangladesh Police Force to perform their duties with efficiency and dedication.
Dhaka, Jan 5: Addressing the senior police officers, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that in the future, we must be vigilant so that no one can disrupt our economic progress, no one dares to commit arson attacks, peace and security in people's lives.
Dhaka, Jan 3: In 2022, 115 police officers were awarded Bangladesh Police Medal BPM and President Police Medal PPM in recognition of bravery and heroic deeds. On Tuesday (January 3) at 10:30 am, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina put on the badges of the police officers who received medals at Rajarbagh Police Lines in the capital.
Dhaka, Jan 3: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina attended the police week programme.
Dhaka, 13 November 2022 : Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that the Awami League government has taken all kinds of timely activities to develop the Bangladesh Police as a people-friendly modern technology-based institution capable of dealing with the contemporary challenges of cybercrime, militancy and counter-terrorism, money laundering etc.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Nov 9: Police officers who have worked in the force for more than 25 years and are neglecting their duty at work are being identified. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said this in response to questions from journalists after the discussion programme organized on the occasion of 'Renewable Energy and Public Engineering Day for Sustainable Development' organized at the Institution of Diploma Engineers (IDEB) in the capital on Tuesday (November 8).
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 1: Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun has taken charge as the new Inspector General of Bangladesh Police (IGP). He succeeded the outgoing IGP Dr. Benazir Ahmed.
Dhaka, September 3: Bangladesh Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr. Benazir Ahmed held a meeting with United Nations Police Chief Luis Carrilho. Various issues of mutual interest were discussed in this bilateral meeting.