Wednesday, 2 December 2020

Bangladesh Police Liberation War Museum

 





Bangladesh Police Liberation War Museum is a historical memorial collection institution established in Dhaka , the capital of Bangladesh .  It was opened to the public on March 24, 2013. . It was established on the initiative of eminent police officer Habibur Rahman (now Dhaka Range DIG).





History 





This memorial museum was first set up on March 24 , 2013 at the Telecom Building of Rajarbagh Police Lines. Later, on January 23, 2016, the day of the inauguration of "National Police Week 2018", Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the newly constructed museum building right next to the Police Memorial.





Lactation









Display Memo 





Rifles, guns, mortar shells, handbags, hats, glasses, wallets, uniforms, belts, ties, sticks, diaries, books, identity cards, pens, medals, flutes, mufflers, janamaz, food plates, water mugs, used by the police members during the war of liberation in the museum. Tunic set with water glass, radio, shirt, pants, rank badge, camera, passport, driving license, iron helmet, hand mic, blood-stained pants-shirt, wall clock, MM rifle, mortar, mortar shell, search light, riot rover , LMG, Machine Gun, MM LMG, Bore Revolver, Rifle, Bore Shotgun, MM SMG.

















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