Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Bangladesh Police for Dhaka Range Habibur Rahman on Monday directed the police force to work with utmost sincerity and professionalism for ensuring peace in the society, repots BSS.
“Police forces should remain maximum vigilant for curbing militancy, terrorism and other crimes with the support of common people to keep the law and order normal,” he said while presiding over the monthly crime, law and order assessment conference for July held at his conference room in the city.
Additional DIG (Operation and Crime) M Asaduzzaman conducted the monthly crime conference, while Additional DIGs, Superintendents of Police (SP) from all 13 districts of Dhaka, Narayanganj, Munshiganj, Gazipur, Manikganj, Narsingdi, Faridpur, Madaripur, Shariatpur, Rajbari, Gopalganj, Tangail and Kishorganj along with SPs of range offices and other high officials joined.
After discussions on the law, order and crime situations in Dhaka Range last month, DIG Habibur Rahman handed over medals to three Choukiders (Guard) and 26 police officers/forces for their impressive performances in handling crimes and maintaining law and order.
Superintendent of Police of Narayanganj Mohammad Harun-Or-Rashid received a crest as the best range police super award from the DIG for July.
Besides, additional SP of Rajbari Sadar Circle M Rezaul Karim was awarded as the best circle officer of the range for his excellent performances.
DIG Habibibur Rahman gave guidelines on various cases after discussing details of cases in the conference. The review meeting said that 37 cases increased in July compared to June.
A total 3,034 cases were filed in July, of which 1,577 cases were filed in connection with illegal drugs and seven cases related with arms recovery.
Besides, the Dhaka Range police this month disposed 43,982 more warrant of arrests compared to the previous month.