Tuesday, 29 Nov, 2022
The Daily Post

Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun takes over as IGP

Staff Reporter

Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun takes over as IGP

Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun has officially taken charge as the Inspector General of Police (IGP). He took charge on Friday (September 30) afternoon. Prior to joining as IGP, he was the Director General of the All Force Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).

He replaced outgoing IGP Dr. Benazir Ahmed BPM (Bar). Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun BPM (Bar), PPM arrived at the police headquarters this afternoon and was given a guard of honor by a well-equipped police team. The new IGP was greeted with flowers.

The newly appointed IGP went to Dhanmondi 32 soon after taking charge. She paid rich tributes to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman by placing a wreath at his portrait. He signed the inspection book there.  Senior police officials were present on the occasion.

Later, he placed a wreath at the Police Memorial at Rajarbagh and paid homage to the valiant police personnel who laid down their lives in the Liberation War.

The Life Story of Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun . Prior to joining as IGP, he was the Director General of RAB Forces. He joined Bangladesh Police as assistant superintendent of police in the 8th BCS (Police) batch on 20 December 1989.

Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun, BPM (Bar), PPM is hailed as a smart, professional, and visionary police officer. During his illustrious career, he served in different units of Bangladesh Police, especially police headquarters, CID, Dhaka, and Mymensingh ranges, and the latest RAB with utmost honesty, efficiency, and professionalism.

During his long glorious service, he served as Assistant Commissioner in DMP, Assistant Superintendent of Police in APBN, Circle ASP in Brahmanbaria, Sirajganj, and Chandpur districts, Additional Superintendent of Police in Chandpur district, and Additional Deputy Police Commissioner in DMP.

He was the Superintendent of Police of Nilphamari district. He was deputy commissioner of police in DMP, AIG (establishment), and AIG (confidential) at police headquarters and additional DIG of Dhaka range.

Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun, BPM (Bar), ppm served as DIG (Operations) and DIG (Administration) at police headquarters with utmost dedication and reputation. He has the distinction of serving as the first DIG of the newly formed Mymensingh Range. With his hand, the administrative structure of the Mymensingh range was established. After that, he served very successfully as DIG of Dhaka Range.

After being promoted to the post of Additional IGP, he adorned the post of Additional IGP (HRM) at the Police Headquarters.

Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun, BPM (Bar), PPM served as the chief (Additional IGP) of CID, the oldest and most specialized unit of Bangladesh Police. He took the initiative to increase the capacity of the central forensic lab as well as the divisional level lab in CID. As a result, the process of forensic examination and expert opinion of the case was expedited.

He also stressed on enhancing the skills and capabilities of police personnel in investigating cases and training them to enhance the quality of investigation. This led to qualitative changes in the investigation of CID‍‍`s cases and also increased the rate of disposal of cases.    

Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun, BPM (Bar), PPM took over as the Director General of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), an all-force force of Bangladesh Police, on April 14, 2020. Rab‍‍`s indomitable role in maintaining social distance, maintaining hygiene rules and raising social awareness has been widely appreciated under his leadership after taking charge amid the terrible situation of the Corona epidemic.

One of the biggest challenges for him was to continue the regular operational activities of RAB members during the corona period. But under the strategic action plan and strong leadership of the professional officer Mr. Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun, BPM (Bar), PPM, RAB surpasses the previous year every year in the continuation of the successful success of the campaign.