DMP Commissioner Shafiqul Islam is retiring

 Ctg Desk |  Thursday, October 21st, 2021 |  10:15 am
DMP Commissioner Shafiqul Islam is retiring
       

Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Commissioner Moha is retiring amid rumors of an extension. Shafiqul Islam.

An order in this regard was issued by the Public Security Department of the Home Ministry on Thursday (October 21) morning.

The notification said, Moha. According to Shafiqul Islam (Additional IGP, GAD-1), he retired from his job on October 29. He will retire at the age of 59 (sixty-nine) as per government service.

The circular further said that in his favor (Shafiqul Islam) a sum of 18 (eighteen) months’ basic salary amounting to one year’s retirement and post-retirement leave was granted. He will be entitled to retirement and post-retirement leave benefits as per the rules.

Moha has completed two years as the DMP Commissioner through a unique initiative of people-oriented police service. Shafiqul Islam. Shafiqul Islam took charge as the 34th Commissioner of DMP on 13 September 2019. He joined the police on January 20, 1989 as an officer of the eighth batch of BCS. Shafiqul Islam has held various important positions in his working life. He was the head of the CID.

Besides, Additional IGP (HRM) of Police Headquarters, Head of Anti-Terrorism Unit (ATU), DIG of Dhaka and Chittagong Range, Police Commissioner of Chittagong, Additional Commissioner of Chittagong; Comilla, Patuakhali, Narayanganj and Sunamganj District Police Super, Chittagong 2 Armed Police Battalion (APBN) Commander, Director of Police Staff College (Administration), Sylhet 10th APBN Commander, Syedpur Railway Police Superintendent of Police, DMP ADC, Comilla and Khagrachari Additional He has served as CMP, ASP of Moulvibazar district and Khagrachhari.