When Newmarket was out of order, the Commissioner of Police was in the Secretariat

Dhaka Metropolitan Police Commissioner said that it is not wise to control the situation in New Market by shooting. Shafiqul Islam. “Everything cannot be explained by sitting here,” he said. In fact, the situation there is complicated. The DMP commissioner informed Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal at the secretariat.

On Tuesday (April 19), the Home Minister spoke to reporters after reviewing the overall law and order situation, payment of salaries and allowances of garment workers, keeping roads and highways safe and free from traffic jams. When asked about the situation in New Market at this time, he did not answer and asked the police commissioner how the situation is being planned. Shafiqul Islam said all this.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

The DMP commissioner said, “Police are treating the students softly due to technical reasons. It is not wise to use force to control the situation. But we are trying.

“We have to be very careful when dealing with students,” he said. It is not a general or mass gathering that I shot and removed them. The students are throwing bricks like rain from the roof of their 10-storey building.

The police commissioner said, “We are trying to persuade the traders to enter the market. The IGPO spoke with DC. Our main goal is to stop one party. But all the workers (traders) in the vicinity have come down. From here, things get trickier, and this is where the true meaning of life lies. Not only New Market, people from all the surrounding markets or workers have come down here, I am sending police from wherever I get the news.

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