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Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Bangladesh Police for Rangpur Range Devdas Bhattacharya Monday directed the police force to work with utmost sincerity and professionalism for ensuring peace in the society.
“Police forces should remain maximum vigilant for curbing crimes to keep the law and order normal,” he said while presiding over the monthly crime, law and order assessment conference for November-2018 held at his conference room in Rangpur, reports BSS.
Additional DIGs, Superintendents of Police (SP) from all eight districts of Rangpur, Panchagarh, Thakurgaon, Kurigram, Nilphamari, Lalmonirhat, Dinajpur and Gaibandha under Rangpur Range and other high police officials attended the conference.
After discussions on the law, order and crime situations in Rangpur Range last month, the DIG distributed medals among five police personnel and four organisations for their impressive performances in handling crimes and maintaining law and order.
Superintendent of Police of Nilphamari Muhammad Asharf Hossain received a crest as the best district police award from the DIG for November on behalf of Nilphamari district police.
Besides, Panchagarh Sadar Circle of Police, Lalmonirhat unit of Traffic Police and Nilphamari Thana Police were awarded as the other three best organisations for their excellent performances.
The other awarded police personnel are- Sub-Inspector (SI) Shariful Islam of Dinajpur DB Police, SI Md Badruddoza of Jaldhaka Thana in Nilphamari, ASI Shawkat Alam Siddique of Gobindaganj Thana in Gaibandha, SI Alamgir Hossain of Lalmonirhat Sadar Thana and SI Selim Mian of Polashbari Thana in Gaibandha districts.