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Police chief warns of stern action against arsonists

24 November 2022


Staff Reporter :
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr. Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun has said police and other law enforcing agencies will resist any arson violence and sabotage in the country.  :
The IGP warned this at a gathering against drugs and militancy in Rajshahi as the chief guest on Wednesday.
"Freedom fighters sacrificed their lives selflessly for the freedom of our country. If anyone tries to bring the terrible days of the arson violence again and wants to make country instable in the name of movement, we will resist them", he said.
"We are alert so that none can resort to such incidents anymore in future," he said.
"We want to control drugs the same way we control militancy and terrorism.
Regarding the two death row militants fleeing police custody from court premises, he said, "We are working to nab them as soon as possible., he added.
Rajshahi Metropolitan Police and Rajshahi City Community Policing Forum organized the rally at the Shaheed Mamun Mahmood Police Lines School and College ground.
Among others, Rajshahi Metropolitan Police Commissioner Abu Kalam Siddique, Rajshahi University Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr Ghulam Sabbir Sattar, and Rajshahi Divisional Commissioner GSM Zafarullah were present during the meeting.
Earlier, three more committees have been formed to investigate the incident. Among them, Police Headquarters and Dhaka Metropolitan Police formed two and the home ministry also formed a four-member committee to probe the Sunday's incident.

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