Ctg. Kotwali OC Mohsin gets “Women Police Award”


Mr. Rajib Sharma, Ctg. Office: Nine people have been nominated for the “Bangladesh Women Police Award” award on the occasion of the International Women’s Day-2015. Among them, only one male policeman was nominated, CPM’s Kotwali Police Station officer-in-charge Mohammad Mohsin (PPM, BP) was nominated.

A nomination was given to the award in a letter sent from the Bangladesh Police Head Quarter signed by the AIG (Operations) and Additional Additional DIG Saeed Tariqul Islam, member of Selection Sub-committee, awarding the award on Wednesday (June 19th).
The police headquarters, according to sources, will soon be given a formal announcement.

Now two people have been nominated for “Women Police Award” from Chittagong. Apart from OC Mohsin, the other is the Additional Superintendent of Police of the District Police (Sitakunda Circle) Supari Rani Saha.

It is learned that taking role in solving female problems, taking role in solving female problems, playing a role in the prevention of women abuse, taking role in increasing social awareness in preventing dowry, taking steps to reduce rape and child marriage, playing a positive role in empowering women, and supporting the victims. Considering that male police members (inspection to the post of dignity The Master) is nominated for the prize.

Asked about the feeling of receiving the award, OC Mohsin told the reader Dot News that any award is in joy and honor. I do not work in the hope of getting a reward. Work from responsibilities and social responsibility. But if the recognition of such work increases the responsibilities. This award and honor is not my only whole Kotwali team.