DHAKA: Home Minister Advocate Sahara Khatun claimed that country’s law-and-order situation has been improved in last three and half years of the ruling government.
The minister came up with the observation while inaugurating a fifty-bed day care centre for children at women police barrack of Razarbagh Police Lines.
“Everyone must have to accept that the law-and-order situation has been improved due to the hard labour of police in last three and half years,” she said.
In the programme, State Minister for Women and Children Affairs Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury said, “The ruling government has set up some 43 day care centres across the country for the working women.”
The programme was also addressed, among others, by state minister for home advocate Shamsul Haque Tuku, Inspector General of Police Hasan Mahmud and DMP commissioner Benzir Ahmed.
The day care center was set up for the children of the women police who are working at Razarbagh Police line. The authority fixed Tk. 250 as monthly fees for one child.
Women police barrack source said that the other women who are not the member of the police forces also can keep their children in the day care centre. The cost for other children will also be same.
The Department of Women Affairs will supervise the centre, source said.
BDST: 1415 HRS, July 18, 2012
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