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Published: 2018-12-29 12:43:48 | Updated: 2018-12-29 12:43:48

Military patrols on the streets, in search of vehicles

A large number of preparations have been made to keep the law and order normal in view of eleven parliamentary elections. Members of the army, BGB, RAB-Police, including law enforcing agencies, are searching patrolling and vehicles in different areas of the capital. Although the number of vehicles on the frantic road is less than on Friday, the number of patrolling, search and check posts has been increased to control the law and order situation. The search of the checkpost has been carried out at critical junctures. These scenes were seen in different areas of the capital. For the first time in the capital's Banglamotor area, the soldiers were seen to be searched. During this time, they searched for various vehicles on the road. Earlier, on December 24, members of the Armed Forces were deployed across the country to mark the election. These days they are just managing to patrol. Locals visited different areas, along with the soldiers, along with other BGB personnel were seen patrolling the streets. They are eager to avoid any unpleasant situation a day before the vote. In the capital, Abdullahpur, Uttara Airport, Khilkhet, Gulshan Banani, Mohakhali and Badda, Rampura areas, along with police-RAB personnel were seen patrolling. The RAB patrol started from Uttara RAB-1 Kajarlaya in the capital. Gulshan, Abdullahpur and other checkposts are still in the capital. Meanwhile, on seven routes from Abdullahpur to Mohakhali, Khilkhet and Rampura and Mohakhali were seen in almost every place of Bijoy Sarani, where they were seen to be responsible for the security of police members. RAB-1 captain (CO) Lie Kanwar Sarwar bin Kashem said, "We are ready to stop any violence-related violence. We are continuing our patrolling and monitoring of Gowanda in different parts of the capital. Also, the RAB checkpost was installed at important places. Those who want to create chaos will not be given any discount. According to the DMP sources, security measures have been strengthened in the capital city's Gulshan area. Each car is being brought under the search. In addition to checkpost searches in other areas, pet petrol, vehicle patrol and mobile petrol have been extended. Intelligence surveillance continues in white robes so that no one can stop sabotaging work at the same time. To avoid any disorder, the Swat and Bomb Disposal Units are also ready for striking. DMP deputy commissioner Masudur Rahman said, "We have prepared all kind of preparations to conduct a peaceful election." A proper arrangement has been taken to ensure that no one is able to disorder before the voting of the whole Dhaka city, on the day of polling and after the vote. It is to be noted that tomorrow the election will be held in 299 seats of 11th Parliament. Of these, there are 16 seats in the Dhaka Metropolitan area. Preliminary campaign and public relations ended in the capital, including the capital, at eight in the morning. It is now 30 December, preparing for the rest of the day, preparations are ready.

Military patrols on the streets, in search of vehicles

A large number of preparations have been made to keep the law and order normal in view of eleven parliamentary elections. Members of the army, BGB, RAB-Police, including law enforcing agencies, are searching patrolling and vehicles in different areas of the capital. Although the number of vehicles on the frantic road is less than on Friday, the number of patrolling, search and check posts has been increased to control the law and order situation. The search of the checkpost has been carried out at critical junctures. These scenes were seen in different areas of the capital. For the first time in the capital's Banglamotor area, the soldiers were seen to be searched. During this time, they searched for various vehicles on the road. Earlier, on December 24, members of the Armed Forces were deployed across the country to mark the election. These days they are just managing to patrol. Locals visited different areas, along with the soldiers, along with other BGB personnel were seen patrolling the streets. They are eager to avoid any unpleasant situation a day before the vote. In the capital, Abdullahpur, Uttara Airport, Khilkhet, Gulshan Banani, Mohakhali and Badda, Rampura areas, along with police-RAB personnel were seen patrolling. The RAB patrol started from Uttara RAB-1 Kajarlaya in the capital. Gulshan, Abdullahpur and other checkposts are still in the capital. Meanwhile, on seven routes from Abdullahpur to Mohakhali, Khilkhet and Rampura and Mohakhali were seen in almost every place of Bijoy Sarani, where they were seen to be responsible for the security of police members. RAB-1 captain (CO) Lie Kanwar Sarwar bin Kashem said, "We are ready to stop any violence-related violence. We are continuing our patrolling and monitoring of Gowanda in different parts of the capital. Also, the RAB checkpost was installed at important places. Those who want to create chaos will not be given any discount. According to the DMP sources, security measures have been strengthened in the capital city's Gulshan area. Each car is being brought under the search. In addition to checkpost searches in other areas, pet petrol, vehicle patrol and mobile petrol have been extended. Intelligence surveillance continues in white robes so that no one can stop sabotaging work at the same time. To avoid any disorder, the Swat and Bomb Disposal Units are also ready for striking. DMP deputy commissioner Masudur Rahman said, "We have prepared all kind of preparations to conduct a peaceful election." A proper arrangement has been taken to ensure that no one is able to disorder before the voting of the whole Dhaka city, on the day of polling and after the vote. It is to be noted that tomorrow the election will be held in 299 seats of 11th Parliament. Of these, there are 16 seats in the Dhaka Metropolitan area. Preliminary campaign and public relations ended in the capital, including the capital, at eight in the morning. It is now 30 December, preparing for the rest of the day, preparations are ready.
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