Director General of RAB Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun said, Bangladesh is now a role model for the world in dealing with militancy. As we are progressing along the highway of development, we have achieved success in suppressing the militants by suppressing the militants. Many countries are now following Bangladesh. We are all working together to keep the country good. There is always a way open for those who want to come on the right path.
Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun, director general of RAB in Cox's Bazar also said that RAB has taken various projects to bring criminals and helpless people back to normal life through multi-faceted action plan.
As a part of this, RAB-15 has organized a workshop titled 'Nabwajaran-Oprarahke Na Bola' in Cox's Bazar.
Around 11 am, the workshop was held in the hall of the headquarters office of Cox's Bazar RAB-15. Abs spoke as the chief guest, RAB Forces Director General Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun.
Speakers in the meeting said that criminals are brought back to normal life through not only raids but various action-oriented action plans. Many of the militants have been brought back to normal life. Due to which Bangladesh is known today as a role model in fighting terrorism. Similarly, a multi-faceted action plan is being implemented in Cox's Bazar along the border along with the drug-free society exchange campaign.
RAB-15 captain Lt. Col. Khairul Islam Sarkar, Superintendent of Police of Cox's Bazar Mahfuzul Islam, Additional Superintendent of Police of Tourist Police Md. Rezaul Karim, Director of Hotel Simon Mahbubur Rahman along with hotel-motel officials, journalists and sewing training were present in this workshop. Men and women returning to life.