There is no specific information about sabotage surrounding BNP rally in Dhaka: IGP

Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun said that there is no specific information about the sabotage surrounding the BNP rally in Dhaka. However, he also said that security measures will be taken keeping in mind all the concerns.

The police chief told reporters after the merit scholarship ceremony among police meritorious children at the Rajarbagh Police Line Auditorium on Saturday morning.

Meanwhile, he expressed hope that BNP will withdraw from their party office and hold a rally.

Regarding BNP’s complaint regarding the arrest of party leaders and activists in the name of special operation, the IGP said, ‘The police is conducting the arrest operation within the rules. However, their complaints will be investigated.

The militants have been captured. On the other hand, a big rally is going to be held in Dhaka. In response to the question whether there is any fear of the militants doing something during the rally, the IGP said, “We have not received any specific news of sabotage yet.” However, we will take security plans into consideration, including vandalism.

BNP is talking about holding a rally in Naya Paltan. If they gather there, what action will the police take? In response to such questions, the IGP said, “We hope that they (BNP) will hold rallies where permission has been given.” There is still time to wait.

BNP is repeatedly saying in the media that the police is being used politically – IGP Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun said in response to the questions of the journalists that the police perform their duties on the basis and structure of the law. We take training on how to perform the duties. The police perform their duties through training in the light of the law.

In response to a question about the allegations that police raids have been increased across the country to prevent BNP rallies, the IGP said, “We are looking into the allegations made by BNP.”

An investigation committee was formed in the incident of abducting militants. When asked whether the committee has yet investigated and what is the progress in this matter, the police chief said, the matter is under investigation. We will let you know when the investigation is over.

Dhaka Times/03 December/ES


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