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11 September, 2015 00:00 00 AM
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Govt decides to create 50,000 more posts with police: Minister

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The government has decided to create 50,000 more posts with Bangladesh Police for ensuring security of the people. Minister for Home Affairs Asaduzzaman Khan disclosed this in the Jatiya Sangsad while replying to a question from treasury bench member Begum Sanjida Khanam yesterday, reports BSS Of the total, 7,151 posts will be created under Dhaka Metropolitan Police. Asaduzzaman informed the House that manpower at Kadamtoli and Shyampur police stations would be increased after completion of the post creation. Replying to another question from treasury bench member M Sohrab Uddin, he said that the government has signed various agreements with different countries and regional forums to curb drug smuggling. In this regard, Bangladesh signed an agreement with South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) on December 29-31, 1988, Myanmar on December 1, 1994, Iran on October 10-23, 1995, BIMSTEC on June 6, 1997 and India on March 2006, the minister said. Besides, four bilateral meetings at director general level of Bangladesh-India Nodal Agency were held aimed at stopping drug smuggling from neighbouring country. Moreover, two bilateral meetings were held between Bangladesh and Myanmar in this regard, he said.

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