3:02 pm, Monday, 22 April 2024

Police to lose jobs if found involved in drug activities: IGP

Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun on Wednesday warned that police will face action if they are found involved in drugs abuse or trade.

He said if any police official is found involved in drugs activities, their punishment will be harsher than general people. “They will not only be brought under law but also lose their job,” he said.

The IGP told this while speaking at the ‘IGP’s Exemplary Good Services Badge’ (IGP’s Badge) and prize distribution ceremony at the parade ground of Rajarbagh Police Lines in the capital on Wednesday, on the second day of Police Week.

He warned, “We have a zero-tolerance policy against militancy, drugs and corruption. No one will be spared.”

Mentioning that every member of police is recruited through dope test, he said, “No one will get a job if they are addicted to drugs.”

He said, “We are working to establish the police as a people-friendly force

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Police to lose jobs if found involved in drug activities: IGP

Update Time : 10:51:20 pm, Wednesday, 28 February 2024

Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun on Wednesday warned that police will face action if they are found involved in drugs abuse or trade.

He said if any police official is found involved in drugs activities, their punishment will be harsher than general people. “They will not only be brought under law but also lose their job,” he said.

The IGP told this while speaking at the ‘IGP’s Exemplary Good Services Badge’ (IGP’s Badge) and prize distribution ceremony at the parade ground of Rajarbagh Police Lines in the capital on Wednesday, on the second day of Police Week.

He warned, “We have a zero-tolerance policy against militancy, drugs and corruption. No one will be spared.”

Mentioning that every member of police is recruited through dope test, he said, “No one will get a job if they are addicted to drugs.”

He said, “We are working to establish the police as a people-friendly force