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Police are better trained now to maintain law and order: IGP

Inspector General of Police (IGP) Benazir Ahmed on Thursday said the capacity of Bangladesh Police has increased in tackling any challenge to keep law and order.

The IGP came up with the comment while speaking as the chief guest after inspecting the anti-terrorism and hostage rescue exercise of police commando course at APBN and specialized training centre in Khagrachari.

He said police are playing a professional role in ensuring the safety of the people, providing security to their lives and property, maintaining law and order in the country, reducing crime and arresting criminals.

Mentioning the need for training to enhance the skills of the police personnel, the IGP said that such training is very helpful in enhancing the skills of the police personnel.

He said the exercise conducted by the police members today was undoubtedly of international standard. The police chief also mentioned that the skills of the trainers of this course are of international standard.

Police are better trained now to maintain law and order: IGP

The IGP inaugurated the firing range and multipurpose shed of APBN and specialized training centre. He laid the foundation stone of a six-story barrack building.

DIG (Chattragran Range) Md Anwar Hossain, Khagrachhari APBN and Specialized Training Center Commandant (Additional DIG) Md Aurangzeb Mahbub and other police officials were present on the occasion.

Later in the afternoon, the IGP met the officers and forces of different units of Khagrachhari police at Khagrachhari District Police Lines in an exchange of views.

Referring to the impeccable role of the police personnel during the Covid-19 pendamic period, the IGP said that the police stood by the people during the Corona period risking life.

Chittagong Range DIG Md. Anwar Hossain was the special guest in the meeting, chaired by Khagrachhari District Superintendent of Police (SP) Mohammad Abdul Aziz.

IGP inaugurated newly constructed Laxmichhari Thana Bhaban, Women Police Barrack Bhaban, Manikchhari Thana Bhaban and Vaibonchhara Police Outpost Bhaban in Khagrachhari Hill District. He also laid the foundation stone of a six-storey barrack building at Khagrachhari Police Lines.

Source: United News of Bangladesh