Kurigram representative: 8 trainees of the 48th basic training course in Kurigram visited the activities of the judge district police. Superintendent of Police, Kurigram Al Asad Md. Mahfuzul Islam welcomed 8 trainee Assistant Judges/Judicial Magistrates to District Police, Kurigram on Tuesday (September 12) to participate in the field survey program as part of the ongoing 48th Basic Course. Kurigram District Judicial Magistrate Md. Rakibul Hasan, Kurigram Circle Additional Police AKM Ohidunnabi and other senior officials of the district police were also present at this time.
After the introduction session between the senior officers of the district police and the trainees in the conference room of the Superintendent of Police, the Superintendent of Police briefed the trainees about Kurigram district and the various activities of the district police. The Superintendent of Police also answered various questions of the trainees. The trainees of the 48th basic training coming to Kurigram district all collectively expressed their motivation and mission to speed up the development and progress of the government.
The trainees of the 48th basic training coming to Kurigram district are Brahmanbaria District Assistant Judge Md. Mustansir Hasan Chowdhury, Jhenaidah District Assistant Judge Gopal Chandra Sarkar, Jessore District Assistant Judge Sujata Amin, Bagerhat District Assistant Judge Md. Tuhinul Islam, Cox's Bazar District Assistant Judge Abdul Mannan, Barguna. District Assistant Judge Md Sihabur Rahman, Faridpur District Assistant Judge Abir Hossain, Noakhali District Assistant Judge Sakhina Akhtar.
The Honorable Judges-in-Training also attended the Crime Prevention Clinic of the District Police at Vurungamari earlier. They expressed thanks and gratitude to all concerned for seeing the quality of civic services based on the strong coordination, harmony, harmony and fairness of justice, administration and police department in Kurigram.