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Fire Service got land of Bangabandhu fire academy

2021-11-10 00:48:43 BdST

2022-09-28 11:22:04 BdST

The department got the land of 'Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Fire Academy

The land acquired for Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Fire Academy was got by the Fire Service and Civil Defense Department.

100.92 acres of land in Raipara mouza of Baluakandi union of Gazaria upazila of Munshiganj was handed over to the department on Tuesday afternoon. This information was given in the press release sent from the fire service in the evening.

It was said in the notification that Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib was present at the land handover and acceptance ceremony of the fire academy. Sajjad Hossain, director of the department (administration and finance) said. Habibur Rahman, Director (Training, Planning and Development) Lt. Colonel Siddique said. Zulfiqar Rahman, Director (Operations and Main.) Lt. Colonel Zillur Rahman, Munshiganj Additional Deputy Commissioner (Revenue) said. Noman Hossain, Munshiganj Land Officer Kamrul Hasan Sohel, Gazaria Upazila Assistant Commissioner (Land) Syeda Yasmin Sultana.

Munshiganj District Land Acquisition Officer on behalf of Munshiganj Deputy Commissioner, Munshiganj Kamrul Hasan Sohel and Dhaka Assistant Director on behalf of Fire Service and Civil Defense Department Abdul Halim signed the deed of land. Later, on behalf of Munshiganj Deputy Commissioner, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Revenue) Noman Hossain handed over the land deed to the Director General of Fire Service. The first step of the establishment of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Fire Academy through the process of land transfer and acquisition was completed.

Director General of the Fire Service, Brigadier General. Sajjad Hossain expressed his sincere gratitude to all including Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal and Secretary of Security Services Department for completing the transfer and acquisition of land for the establishment of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Fire Academy.

The Chief of Fire Service said, 'Initiatives have been taken to establish' Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Fire Academy 'with a view to modernize, improve and make the training standards of the officers and employees of the department modern. Once the establishment of the academy is completed, it will be possible to train local and foreign trainees to develop them as skilled and smart firefighters. As a result, they will be able to provide services with maximum capacity in all disasters.


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