Dhaka Metropolitan Police Commissioner Moha Shafiqul Islam said that there is no danger of any major terrorist attack in the country. He said that militants are conducting propaganda campaign through cyber world.
Through this they are also trying to recruit. They even provide training using virtual sites. CTTC unit of DMP along with our various intelligence agencies are keeping all matters under surveillance. As a result, we do not think there is any threat of a major attack now.
The DMP Commissioner said this in response to a question from reporters at the ceremony to pay tribute to the victims of the 'Holy Artisan' attack on Thursday.
Today, on the occasion of five years anniversary of the terrorist attack on Holy Artisan Bakery in Gulshan on July 1, the DMP Commissioner paid tribute to the local and foreign nationals who died.
The commissioner paid floral tributes to the sculpture (of AC Rabiul and OC Salahuddin) installed in front of Gulshan police station along with senior officials of DMP at 10 am on Thursday.
RAB director general Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mamun and president of Bangladesh Police Service Association also paid their respects. Monirul Islam and general secretary. Asaduzzaman.
In response to a question from journalists about militant activities, the DMP Commissioner said that militants are now not only in Bangladesh, but they have become net-based all over the world. They are operating through the cyber world. Basically they have no visible activity. Their network is broken.
On this day, July 1, 2016, terrorists attacked Holy Artisan Bakery in Gulshan. In this, 22 innocent citizens, including two officers of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police, were killed.
Two fearless officers of Dhaka Metropolitan Police, Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police, sacrificed themselves prematurely while resisting this terrorist attack. Rabiul Karim and the then OC of Banani Police Station. Salahuddin Khan.