‘Success in curbing militancy now matter of research’

Staff Correspondent

3 April, 2019 12:00 AM printer

Chattogram Metropolitan Police (CMP) Commissioner Md Mahabubor Rahman observed that success in curbing militancy in Bangladesh is now appeared as a matter of research for the world community.

He observed this while addressing as the chief guest at a discussion on ‘Role of students in checking narcotics’ organised marking the 49th Independence Day at permanent campus of the private Southern University (SU) in the city’s Arefin Nagar area recently.

With the university’s Board of Trustees Chairman Khalilur Rahman in the chair, CMP Deputy Commissioner (North) Bijoy Basak, SU Founder Professor Sarwar Jahan, Trustee Board Vice Chairman Liakat Ali Chowdhury, Pro Vice Chancellor Professor Engineer M Ali Ashraf and Professor AJM Nuruddin Chowdhury were present at the programme among others.  

Addressing the programme, CMP Commissioner Mahabubor said the government declared ‘zero tolerance stance’ against narcotics to ensure bright future of the young generation.

He called upon all to assist police with information to check spread of drug to the society.

Clearing stance of the law enforcers against narcotics, the commissioner warned that none including member of the law enforcement agencies will be spared if they are found involved in drug peddling.

He put up role of the students in every achievement of Bangladesh and hoped that the students will build a country free from drug, terrorism and militancy in future.

Khalilur Rahman in his speech urged the students to develop themselves as competent as there is no shortage of job in the country.

He observed that well-educated students can establish themselves in home and abroad through their competence.