RAB detects no sabotage threat on eid trains

The Report Desk

Published: April 8, 2024, 01:52 PM

RAB detects no sabotage threat on eid trains

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In a bid to reassure Eid travelers, Commander Khandaker Al Moin, Director of Legal and Media Wing of RAB, has affirmed that there is no indication of sabotage on trains during the upcoming Eid journey. Speaking to reporters at Kamalapur railway station in the capital on Monday, around 9 am, Commander Moin provided insights into the security measures being undertaken.

"We are working closely with various intelligence agencies, ensuring a robust mechanism to detect any potential threats of sabotage or violence," stated the RAB spokesperson. "Rest assured, we are not complacent; we are fully prepared to address any situation to ensure the safe passage of passengers."

Highlighting recent efforts, Moeen emphasized ongoing operations targeting individuals involved in ticket black market activities. "Despite our endeavors, it‍‍`s observed that none of these individuals are operating in the public eye," he added.

As holiday travel ramps up for Eid, concerns over safety and security are paramount. Commander Moin‍‍`s statements aim to allay fears and instill confidence among passengers, assuring them of a vigilant security apparatus in place.

The reassurance comes amidst heightened awareness and proactive measures by law enforcement agencies to maintain peace and security during the festive season. Coordination among intelligence units underscores a proactive stance against any potential disruptions to public transportation.

Acknowledging the challenges posed by malicious actors, the RAB spokesperson underscored the agency‍‍`s unwavering commitment to safeguarding public interests. "Our efforts are ongoing, and we remain steadfast in our mission to uphold safety and security for all travelers," Commander Moin affirmed.

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