Friday, March 5, 2010

"Tough action to be taken for negligence of duty"

Monday, March 1, 2010

Tuku warns law enforcers

State Minister for Home Shamsul Haque Tuku on Saturday warned the law enforcement agencies of tough actions for any negligence of their duties to ensure security of people.

The anti-liberation forces are carrying out terrorist activities in a premeditated way across the country, he said, adding that any negligence of respective duties to control the criminals would not be tolerated.

“If any negligence is found, tough action will be taken.”

Tuku said this at a view exchange meeting with senior officials of the law enforcement agencies and the district administration at Rajshahi Circuit House.

Criminals are being arrested one after another, he said and asked the law enforcers to take actions against the big shots of Jamaat-Shibir if any of them were found involved in criminal activities.

The minister came to Rajshahi by a private helicopter to attend a religious function at Bagmara on the occasion of Eid-e-Miladunnabi.

He called on Rajshahi University vice chancellor and progressive teachers at his residence, addressed Bangladesh Chhatra League leaders and held meetings with the police, Rab and administrative officials.

He asked the RU teachers and BCL workers to stay united to fight against the anti-liberation forces upholding the country's interests over personal gains.

“Only the state machineries are not sufficient to deal with the evil Jamaat-Shibir axis, we need organisational and cultural strength. So, all must remain united with a patriotic zeal.”

Rajshahi Mayor AHM Khairuzzaman Liton, Barendra Multipurpose Development Authority (BMDA) Chairman Nurul Islam Thandhu, RU VC Prof Abdus Sobhan, Pro-VC Muhammad Nurullah, RU Progressive Teachers Association Convener Prof Shahnewaz Ali, Rajshahi SP SM Rokon Uddin, RMP Commissioner Nawsher Ali and Rab-5 Director Moinuddin Mahmud Chowdhury were present at the programmes.

RU BCL President Awal Kabir Joy and General Secretary Majedul Islam Apu were present at the campus programmes.

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