Government Policy

IGP urges SIs to work sincerely to make country people-friendly

DHAKA Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mohammad Javed Patwary today urged the newly recruited Sub-Inspectors (SI) to perform their duties with utmost sincerity at workplaces to make the country people-friendly.

To make the country people-friendly, I urge you (SI) all to discharge your duties with all their efforts to maintain law and order in the country, he told a ceremony as the chief guest.

IGP Patwary made the call at the passing out parade ceremony of the 37th cadet sub-inspectors-2019 batch held at Bangladesh Police Academy (BPA) parade ground at Sarda in Rajshahi.

Praising the contribution of Policemen to ensuring security in the country, he said they have been working relentlessly to stamp out crimes, drugs and militancy within the country for a long time.

For their enormous success in curbing crimes, the overall security has been ensured in the country, he added.

Later, the IGP accompanied by Dr Nazibur Rahman, BPA Vice-principal Abdullahel Baqui, Additional Inspector General of Police Biswash Afzal Hossain and Deputy Inspector General of Police Abdullah Al Mahmud distributed awards among five new entry police sub-inspectors for their outstanding performances during the foundation training course.

Of them, Cadet Proshenjit Halder has been adjudged as the all-rounder while Cadet Mijanur Rahman as the best academic in the training. The other award-winning cadets are: Abu Zahid Tuhin (PT), Shahin Akter Tumpa (Parade) and Golzar Hossain (Musketry).

Some 1,759 cadets including 134 females took part in the passing out parade after their successful completion of one-year foundation training at the academy.

Deputy Inspector General of Police of Rajshahi Range AKM Hafiz Aktar, Commissioner of Rajshahi Metropolitan Police Humayun Kabir and Superintendent of Police Md Shahidullah were present at the ceremony.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)