September 20, 2021, 2:21 am
If a person over the age of 16 is missing from home or if there is a general diary (GD) at the police station, all the relevant information is provided by the Dhaka Metropolitan Police’s Counter Terrorism and Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Commissioner Moha has directed to inform the Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit. Shafiqul Islam. He gave the instructions to the police officers present at the award ceremony for the best at the monthly crime review meeting at the DMP headquarters on Wednesday (August 18th).
He said if someone’s child suddenly leaves the house without telling anyone, it is necessary to report the matter to the police immediately. If any person above the age of 16 is found missing from home or if there is a GD in the police station, the information should be informed to the CTTC unit of Dhaka Metropolitan Police.
Addressing the police officers present at the meeting, the DMP commissioner said the situation was going to return to normal as the lockdown in the country was relaxed. We have to keep a watchful eye so that law and order does not deteriorate.
The real culprit must be brought under the law. Everyone in charge has to fulfill their responsibilities properly. Everyone has to work more relentlessly to prevent crime in Dhaka city.
In June and July this year, Dhaka Metropolitan Police Commissioner Moha awarded police personnel at various levels in recognition of their good work in various categories including arms, drugs, arrest warrants in Tamil. Shafiqul Islam.