DMP outlines strict measures as typical for thirty first night time

Entertainment Desk, Staff Reporter, Apon Chowdhury, Dhaka Office: Alltimenews.com:- DMP outlines strict measures as typical for thirty first night time, Ruling out any particular hazard, Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Commissioner Asaduzzaman Mia stated yesterday police is determined to save you any fear of deteriorating regulation and order state of affairs. He made the feedback in a briefing on safety features over the thirty first night at the DMP media centre, reports UNB.

“No celebrations and gatherings will be allowed within the streets, flyovers, and public locations, even at the rooftops while police need to be informed of indoor preparations for the security measures,” DMP Commissioner Asaduzzaman Mia stated.

Asaduzzaman Mia stated that no individual or automobile may be allowed to go into the Dhaka University vicinity after eight pm and the citizens may be bound to reveal their identification playing cards to police employees to enter after the imposed time.
He also said that the lecturers, college students, officers and employees dwelling in the Dhaka University residential place will be capable of input the Nilkhet and Shahbag crossing after the scheduled time in the event that they make sure their identity while Kakali and Amtali Crossing may be used to enter the Gulshan vicinity after the cited time ensuring their identification. Requesting all residents, he added that those who do no longer live in Gulshan, Banani, Baridhara and Dhaka University resident areas are discouraged to enter the vicinity for the sake of ordinary safety at some point of the stated length.

Stressing on strict measures, he stated that no person could be allowed to live in Hatirjheel location after 8pm at the same time as the citizens of Gulshan, Banani and Baridhara are requested to return to their respective regions within 8pm.

Requesting to observe the course map organized by means of DMP, “No reckless using and little need of crackers could be allowed at the night time. Tough measures may be taken against every person who disobeys those commands.”

“The important criminal movement can be taken to govern the drug abuse. So all bars can be closed after 6pm at the night time,” the DMP boss confused.

Dhaka University premises, Gulshan and Baridhara regions could be constrained for the outsiders after 8:00pm and they will face checkposts to go into.

 

Entertainment Desk, Alltimenews.com