No lobbying for transfer or positing in police: IGP
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr Benazir Ahmed on Saturday reiterated his voice against all sorts of illegal transfer and posting in the forces, saying that the transfer as well as posting of officers and police personnel will be done in a systemic way.
"No lobbying for transfer or posting will be accepted . . .Everything will be carried out in a systemic way and the lobby-culture must remove from the police force," he told a "Monthly Special Crime and the Law and Order Evaluation Meeting" organized by Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) at Rajarbagh Police Lines Auditorium in Dhaka.
The IGP said the police, in the meantime, came out from the traditional trend of transfer system and a new dimension has already been infused to this end.
Referring to the treatment and job facilities in divisional towns, Dr Benazir vowed to ensure medical facilities for police personnel in the divisional cities to attract them in service at divisional-level.
He called upon the police officers to be more efficient, alert and prompt to provide desired service to the people at the earliest.
The IGP recalled the outstanding contribution of policemen to the tough time of Corona as 46 policemen died of the lethal virus till date.
The meeting prayed for eternal peace of the departed souls and conveyed sympathy and sorrow to the bereaved families.
DMP Commissioner Md Shafiqul Islam presided over the meeting. Senior police officials, officer-in-charges (OCs) of all DMP police stations were present in the meeting.