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Some rules and regulations of Bangladesh Police?

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  • 2 months ago
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    Organization. 1. In these Regulations, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context— (i) the word ―Superintendent‖ means Superintendent of Police and includes an Additional Superintendent and any officer, not below the rank of Inspector, temporarily discharging the duties of the Superintendent of Police when the latter is incapacitated or absent from Headquarters; (ii) the word ―officers‖ includes men; (iii) the words ―Subordinate police officer‖ mean an officer below the rank of deputy Superintendent of Police; (iv) the words ―Unarmed Police‖ mean subordinate police officers who are not in the Eastern Frontier Rifles or in the Special Armed Force; (v) the words ―Reserve Office‖ mean that branch of a Superintendent‘s office that is located in the Police Lines (vide regulation 892) ; and the words ―Superintendent‘s office‖ mean the remainder of his office; (vi) the words ―Armed Inspector‖ mean the Inspector in charge of the Special Armed Force and the Reserve office; (vii) the words ―Reserve Officer‖ mean the senior Sub-Inspector employed on clerical duties in the Reserve office; (viii) the words ―escort commander‖ mean the officer in charge of an escort; (ix) the words ―Court officer‖ mean the officer in charge of the Court police office; (x) the words ―Office Inspector‖ mean the Inspector attached to the Superintendent‘s office; lA. The expression ―Provincial Government‖ mean the Governor acting or not acting in his discretion, and exercising or not exercising his individual judgment, according to the provision in that behalf made by and under the Government of India Act, 1935 [vide section 3 (43 a) of the General Clauses Act, 1897 (X of I 897)]. Special reference is drawn to section 56 of the Government of India Act, 1935 

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