Those involved in communal violence won’t be spared: Home Minister
News Desk || risingbd.com
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that those are involved in communal violence would not be spared, no matter which party they belong to.
The Minister said this while addressing BSRF dialogue at the Secretariat on Tuesday (October 26).
He said, “A total of 64 were held among 18 arrestees over the incident of Cumilla Puja Mandap attack. Measures will be taken to strengthen security in camps at Cox’s Bazar and Bhasanchar. For this, manpower and logistics supports will be given to law enforcement agencies including Armed Police Battalion (APBn) and Coast Guard.”
Home Minister said, “Joint patrol of Police, APBn, Ansar and RAB will be increased in the camps. There are Army and BGB members deployed outside the camps. They always are on alert and will remain. Monitoring will be strengthened against drug entrance, management and sale.”