Inspector General of Police (IGP) Benazir Ahmed has urged the members to be more focused on increasing the income of the police co-operative society Polwell. He said this at the 53rd annual general meeting of Bangladesh Police Co-operative Society Limited-Polwell on Wednesday.
The meeting was held at the Hall of Integrity at the police headquarters.
Speaking on the occasion, the IGP said Polwell is one of the oldest traditional cooperatives in the country. Polwell has the potential to do much better in terms of resources and potential.
He further said that they are going to take multi-pronged steps for the welfare of the police force engaged in serving the people.
IGP and Polwell Chairman Benazir Ahmed expressed satisfaction over the strategic expansion of Polwell Market, bringing new profitable sectors under Polwell and disinvestment activities. He directed to take initiative for construction of Polwell Market Multipurpose Building and to further increase the work of the association.
Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun, Director General of RAB Forces and Managing Director of Polwell, presented the report for the fiscal year 2019-20.
At the meeting, a dividend of 30 per cent was declared on Polwell’s paid-up capital in the 2019-20 financial year. A documentary on Polwell’s 60 years of activity was shown at the beginning of the meeting.