Police to maintain law and order facing any challenge to: IGP
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun said Police is ready to maintain the law and order situation in the country by facing any challenges related to security.
He made the remarks responding to a question of journalist after the inauguration of Bangabandhu Corner and Memorial Library at District Superintendent of Police office here.
"Police successfully tamed militancy and terrorism, as militancy and terrorism were rampant in the country. The Prime Minister declared 'zero tolerance policy' against militancy. To implement the policy, we have worked together with mass people, public representatives, administration, media, other law enforcement agencies and intelligence agencies," he said.
"We have an enviable track record in countering militancy and terrorism. Today, Bangladesh has been recognized as a role model in the world in fighting terrorism," he added.
He inaugurated the upward expansion of the Divisional Police Hospital and the Blood Bank.
Later, Mamun joined a view-exchange meeting with various levels of officials working in Barisal Range and Metropolitan. Additional IGP of Tourist Police Habibur Rahman and Commissioner of Barisal Metropolitan Police Md Saiful Islam were special guests in the meeting.
Barisal Range DIG SM Aktaruzzaman presided over the meeting.
Barisal District Superintendent of Police Wahidul Islam, Barisal Range, Barisal Metropolitan Police, RRF, APBn, District Police and senior officers were present in the meeting.
The IGP visited Metropolitan Police Lines and the Tourist Police office at Kuakata.