Published:  02:04 AM, 17 July 2017

Constable Parvez gets reward


Police constable Parvez Mian was rewarded yesterday by the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and non-government organization ACI Motors Limited for his unlimited courage and human service.  AKM Shahdiul Haque, Inspector General of Police (IGP), paid him Tk 1 lakh and a crest, while ACI Motors Limited paid a Yamaha Saluto 125cc motorbike as recognition of his performance.

The rewards were given to him at a formal function arranged by the police headquarters with the help of ACI Motors Limited in the conference room of IGP at his office at around 11:00am yesterday. Du-ring the period, Subrata Ranjan Das, Chief Business Officer of ACI Motors Limited, handed over the key of the motorbike to Parvez.

While awarding Parvez, IGP said, "Police work  for public welfare. Police don't scare to sacrifice  the life in providing security to people.  Constable Parvez is one of the most important examples in such a role. He is also an example of inspiration to other police personnel.

Watching his courage, all police should be inspired to do their best." Welcoming the praised initiative of ACI Motors Limited, he further said,  "Other non-government institutions should come forward to exert their social responsibility to generate inspiration for such works."

Additional IGP (Admin-istration) Mokhlesur Rahman, DIG (Media and Planning) Mohsin Hossain, DIG (HRM) Rawshan-Ara-Begum, DIG (Administration) Chowdhury Abdullah-Al-Mamun, DIG (Operation) Barrister Mahbubur Rahman, DIG (Finance) AKM Shahidur Rahman, DIG (Highway) Atikul Islam and ACI Motors Limited's DGM Kayrul Ahsan among others were present at the program.

A Chandpur-bound passenger bus that started journey from Dhaka fell into the roadside ditch, while its driver lost control over the steering near Gouripur bus terminal area in Daudkandi of Comilla district on the Dhaka-Chittagong high way on July 7. At that  time, Parvez Mian, Constable of Daudkandi Highway police station, lonely jumped into the dirty and bad-smelling water of the ditch taking risk of life and saved the lives of at least 26 passengers including an infant of seven months old after breaking open the windows of the bus. Later, the pictures of his brave work were made viral on the social media facebook.






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