Police will be world standard: Home Minister
RAJSHAHI, – Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said Bangladesh’s police will be world standard and they will brighten the country’s image in both home and abroad.
He said 3,000 trainee recruit constables of police were given appointments through a totally changed method of transparent, modern and time-fitting process. “We have given jobs to only the eligible candidates in police force and arranged proper and developed training for them,” he said, while inaugurating a training course for the newly joined 3,000 trainee recruit constables- 2021 at Bangladesh Police Academy (BPA) at Sarda in Rajshahi today as the chief guest.
Chaired by BPA Principal Khandaker Golam Faruque, the opening ceremony was addressed, among others, by Cabinet Secretary Khandaker Anwarul Islam, Public Safety Division Senior Secretary Mostofa Kamal Uddin and Inspector General of Police Dr Benazir Ahmed.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Kamal said the pioneering role of Bangladesh Police towards combating militancy together with the adverse impact of Covid- 19 pandemic is undeniable.
Really, the present police have been transforming into peoples’ friendly police gradually as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has pledged to transform police into people-friendly.
The Home Minister said the trend of crimes has been changing worldwide day-by-day and Bangladesh’s police are also going ahead in pace with the global trend. Each of the police people will face all the existing challenges towards building developed Bangladesh by 2041 with their own competence and capability, he added.