Friday, 22 October, 2021
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‘Industrial police works for attracting investments’

RAJSHAHI: Industrial police have been working to attract more investment from both home and abroad for bolstering the country's economy through promoting the industrial sector.

Additional Inspector General of Police (Industrial) Shafiqul Islam made the observation while sharing views with leaders of Rajshahi Chamber of Commerce and Industries (RCCI) at its conference hall today as the chief guest, reports BSS.

He said the present government has adopted innumerable numbers of initiatives and financial motivation to embellish the industrial sector ahead of the "Vision 2041".

The government has also announced hundred economic zones to the pertinent industrial places in the country. By this time Industrial Police has become an emblem of trust to all concerned.

Shafiqul Islam said industrial police keeps a mentionable role to maintain peace and tranquility in the industry especially in the garments sector. Garments industry plays a vital role to the national economy of the country and industrial police is a specialized police unit of Bangladesh Police, he added.

Additional IGP Islam said industrial police ensures congenial working atmosphere in the garments sector through collecting advanced intelligence and adopting other necessary steps. "We have been changing in every way and presently policing is pro-people, proactive, community oriented, technology based and sensitized to issues regarding human rights, gender and children," he opined.

With RCCI President Muhammad Moniruzzaman in the chair, the meeting was addressed, among others, by Deputy Inspector General of Police Abdul Baten and Commissioner of Rajshahi Metropolitan Police Abu Kalam Siddique.