RpMP celebrates third founding anniversary
RANGPUR, Sept 16, 2021 (BSS) - Rangpur Metropolitan Police (RpMP)
celebrated its third founding anniversary with limited scale programmes at
its Detective Branch office today in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Earlier, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the journey of RpMP
through a video conferencing from Dhaka on September 16, 2018.
Rangpur Metropolitan Police Commissioner Mohammad Abdul Alim Mahmud with
invited guests began the celebrations with cutting a cake followed by
unveiling the cover of a book containing huge activities, successes and
achievements of RpMP in the last three years.
The book contained descriptions on the mammoth successes already achieved
by RpMP during its three-year journey improving law and order and curbing all
sorts of crimes and arresting notorious criminals to ensure safety and peace
in the metropolis.
Apart from some rare images of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the
War of Liberation, an archive of information and stills of various incidents
including the formation of RpMP and Bangladesh Police was inaugurated.
Apart from some rare images of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh
Mujibur Rahman and the War of Liberation, an archive of information and
stills of various incidents including the formation of RpMP and Bangladesh
Police was inaugurated.
The RpMP Commissioner presided over the function participated by invited
guests, high ranking officials, freedom fighters, civil society members,
professionals and local elite.
Mayor of Rangpur Mostafizar Rahman Mostafa, Deputy Inspector General for
Rangpur Range Police Devdas Bhattacharya, Additional Divisional Commissioner
(General) Md Zakir Hossain, Additional Divisional Commissioner (Revenue) Abu
Taher Md Masud Rana, for District Muktijoddha Commander Mosaddek Hossain
Bablu, Deputy Commissioner Md Asib Ahsan, Superintendent of Police Biplob
Kumar Sarker, Principal of Rangpur Medical College Professor Dr AKM Nurunnabi
Lyzu, District Awami League President Mamtaz Uddin Ahmed, its General
Secretary Advocate Rezaul Karim Raju, among others, addressed the function.
The discussants spoke about visible achievements in police service,
modernisation in traffic management, beat policing, recovery of government's
fair price essential products, raids on hospitals, clinics and diagnostic
centers and unraveling motives of many sensational murder cases and other
They highly praised the humanitarian policing activities of RpMP in
gaining the trust and confidence of people on its continuous journey to build
a peaceful society free from crimes in the metropolis.
In his speech, the RpMP Commissioner greeted all citizens and sought
their continuous cooperation to further improve the law and order situation
in turning Rangpur into a city free from drug, terrorism, militancy and all
sorts of crimes.
"The ongoing activities to improve the law and order will be strengthened
to implement a time-befitting plan toward the direction," he said, adding
that RpMP is firm to work with a complete commitment to materialise the
Vision 2021 and Vision 2041.
He said the government has already launched the activities of Rangpur
Metropolitan Court in the metropolis to reduce the number of pending cases
and ease the trial process to quickly dispose of the cases for ensuring
At the end of the discussion, the RpMP Chief with the invited guests and
police officials inaugurated the low cost ambulance service for the citizens
living in the metropolis.