Gazipur: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Monday said that there will be strong surveillance using drones, CCTV cameras, law enforcers in uniforms and in plainclothes to ensure security at Bishwa Ijte-ma.
Addressing the media at a follow-up meeting in Tongi Bata Gate area of Gazipur, the minister discussed the final preparations for the Ijtema.
He emphasized the extensive measures taken to ensure the safety of the attendees, stating that compre-hensive preparations, including bomb disposal units, fire services, and ambulances, have been imple-mented to prevent any untoward incidents during the event.
At the time, the minister said extensive preparations have been made for the Ijtema like last time. a bomb disposal unit, fire service, ambulance and all other preparations have been completed to prevent untoward incidents at the Ijtema.
Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque, Religious Affairs Minister Faridul Haque Khan, Religious Affairs Minister Faridul Haque Khan and Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun were present at the time, among others.
Bishwa Ijtema will take place in two phases at Tongi from February 2-4 for the first phase and from February 9-11 for the second phase.