Students must not involve in crimes: RpMP

Our Correspondent

20 September, 2019 12:00 AM printer

RANGPUR: The students must not involve them in drug abuse, violence, terrorism, militancy and extremism as these anti-social acts give rise to criminal records causing obstacle to build up their future as good citizens.

Rangpur Metropolitan Police (RpMP) Commissioner Abdul Alim Mahmud opined as the chief guest this at a “Students’ awareness building campaign” held at the Rangpur Millennium Stars School and College auditorium here on Wednesday.

The Rangpur Metropolitan Community Policing Committee (RMCPC) organised the campaign with assistance of the authorities of RpMP and the Rangpur Millennium Stars School and College.

Presided over by Principal of the Rangpur Millennium Stars School and College Lieutenant Colonel Syed Nazmur Rahman, more than 500 male and female students of the reputed educational institution attended the event.

Additional Police Commissioner of RpMP Mohammad Abu Sufian, its Deputy Police Commissioner Md Mohidul Islam, Additional Deputy Police Commissioner Abdullah Faruk, President of Rangpur Metropolitan Community Policing Committee Md. Idris Ali and senior officials were present.

In the beginning, Member of RMCPC Golam Zakaria Pintu presented a documentary on the activities of Rangpur Metropolitan Police and successes achieved in improving the law and order situation in the metropolis in last one year.

The chief guest stressed on engaging sincere efforts of all concerned to educate students about severe consequences of drug abuse, extremism, eve-teasing, early marriage and different types of unwanted incidents happening around.

He conducted oath of the students of not involving them in social crimes like drug abuse, extremism and violence mentioning that any involvement in criminal acts would certainly cause hindrance to get jobs both in the government and non-government sectors.