Jamalpur Correspondent: With the slogan 'Beat Policing Bari Bari, Safer Samaj Gari' in front of the slogan 'Beat Policing Bari Bari, Safe Samaj Gari', a public awareness beat policing exchange meeting was held with the aim of creating public awareness to prevent social disorder including cyber bullying, juvenile gangs, terrorism, militancy, drugs, gambling, eve teasing, child marriage and dowry. has been The meeting was held on Wednesday (August 9) at 4 pm in the upazila's Jhaugara High School hall, organized by the Melandah police station.
Superintendent of Police of Jamalpur Md. was present as the chief guest in the beat policing rally under the chairmanship of Melandah Police Station Officer-in-Charge (OC) Delwar Hossain. Kamruzzaman BPM
Jamalpur District Awami League Vice President Farooq Ahmed Chowdhury, Melandah Upazila Parishad Chairman Engineer Md. Kamruzzaman, Senior Assistant Superintendent of Police Motherganj Circle Swajan Kumar Sarkar, Jhaugara Union Parishad Chairman Anjumanoara Chowdhury Hena, Jhaugara Ideal High School Principal Shahidur were present as special guests in the exchange meeting. Rahman, former chairman of Jhaugara Union Parishad Hillol Sarkar.
Upazila Jubo League president Ibrahim Khalilullah along with political leaders, imams of mosques, representatives of traditional religions, journalists and people from various professions were present.
In the speech of the chief guest, Superintendent of Police Md. Kamruzzaman BPM said that to maintain peace and order in the area, the activities of the Bit Police should be strengthened. Social problems can be solved through bit policing services. Our police is always ready to prevent drugs, gambling, child marriages in particular. District Police will not compromise on drugs and gambling. Drugs will be prevented wherever they are. No drug dealer will be spared. We started working on 8 issues. We want to reach the target by targeting 60 days. It is not possible for the police to suppress all the crimes so the service has to be ensured through bit policing. Meanwhile, the new Superintendent of Police requested everyone's cooperation to transform the district police into humanitarian police.