Sylhet Metropolitan Police-SMP Commissioner Elias Sharif BPM (Bar) PPM said that crime in Sylhet is very less compared to other districts of the country. Because people of Sylhet respect the law. Stays with the law enforcement agencies to fight crime.
He said this at an introduction and view exchange meeting with the Metropolitan Community Policing Committee at the SMP headquarters conference room on Sunday afternoon.
The SMP Commissioner said that the police and public must work together to ensure that the people of Sylhet can properly observe the holy Ramadan and celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr.
He laid emphasis on smooth movement of all, ensuring security and preventing other misdeeds including eve-teasing in the Eid market.
Other speakers at the forum emphasized on increasing public awareness to assist the police in fighting crime.
At the same time, they expressed hope that there will always be a comfortable situation in the civil life of Sylhet.
SMP Additional Commissioner of Police Md Zobaydur Rahman PPM-Seba, Additional Commissioner of Police Md Masood Rana, Deputy Commissioner of Police Md Azbahar Ali Sheikh PPM, Deputy Commissioner of Police Mohammad Sohail Reza PPM and Deputy Commissioner of Police Muhammad Abdul Wahab, Additional Deputy Police Commissioner Md Yahya Al Mamun, Assistant Police Commissioner Khokon Chandra Sarkar, Sylhet Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Tahmin Ahmad, Consumer Association of Bangladesh-CAB President Jamil Chowdhury and National Consumer Rights Protection Directorate Assistant Director Shyamal Purkayastha spoke at the meeting among others.
President Dr Nashim Ahmed, General Secretary Advocate Emad Ullah Shahidul Islam, Vice President Bidhan Krishna Das Sarkar, Vice President Journalist Al Azad, Vice President Journalist Iqbal Siddiqui, Organizing Secretary Rajat Kanti Gupta, Expatriate Affairs Secretary Advocate Abdur Rahman Chowdhury, women Affairs Secretary Swarnlata Roy, Member Advocate Irfanuzzaman Chowdhury, Member Dr Nazra Chowdhury, Member Sheikh Md Kabir Ahmad etc spoke on behalf of Metropolitan Community Policing. Staff Reporter
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