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Police trying to ensure safe eid journeys

Staff Reporter:
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun on Tuesday said that the police have been trying to ensure that common people will reach their respective destinations during their Eid journey.
The IGP came up with the remark when the leaders of the Crime Reporters Association of Bangla-desh (CRAB) paid a courtesy call on him at the police headquarters on Tuesday.
The IGP said that all measures have already been taken so that Eid holiday makers can reach their destinations safely. Apart from this, security measures have been arranged during Iftar, Taraweeh and Sehri in such a way that the safety of devotees are not disturbed.
Regarding the traffic jam, he said that the DMP commissioner himself broke the fasting on the street to ease the traffic jam during the fasting. Every member of the traffic department is working tirelessly to decongest the traffic. Besides, the policemen are on alert to maintain law and order on the occasion of holy Ramadan.
Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun also said that instructions have been given to police officers across the country to ensure the safety and service of the common people.
He said the policy of ‘zero tolerance’ on militancy-terrorism, extortion and drugs is continuing and it will remain continue in the future.
Referring to the policy of ‘zero tolerance’ in the case of drugs, the police chief said that even if any member of the police is involved in drug related cases, the policy of ‘zero tolerance’ is being shown.
CRAB president Kamruzzaman Khan and general secretary Sirajul Islam along with other execu-tive committee members were present.

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