Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr Benazir Ahmed has visited establishments damaged during rampage carried out by Hefazat-e-Islam in Brahmanbaria from March 26 to March 2 in protest of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bangladesh.
The police chief began inspecting the damaged installations at 11:45 am on Thursday.
He first visited the damaged Allauddin Khan Municipal Auditorium.
IGP then visited the Municipality Office, Bangabandhu Square's damaged mural, the Allauddin Sangeetangan, Sadar Upazila Land Office and Brahmanbaria Press Club.
IGP Benazir Ahmed also exchanged views with journalists at the Circuit House at 1pm.
Director General of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) Abdullah Al Mamun, Chief of Special Branch of Police Monirul Islam, Chittagong Range Police Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Md. Anwar Hossain, Brahmanbaria Deputy Commissioner Hayad Ud Daula Khan and Brahmanbaria Superintendent of Police (SP) Md Anisur Rahman was present.
The IGP will also hold a media briefing.
He will leave Brahmanbaria for Dhaka at 3pm.
During the strike of Hefazat-e-Islam on Sunday (28 March), various government and non-government establishments in Brahmanbaria were vandalised and set on fire.
Besides, renowned musician Ustad Allauddin Khan's memorial was set on fire during the strike.
Supporters of the strike vandalised Brahmanbaria Khantihata Highway Police Station, the Allauddin Sangeetangan, Sadar Upazila Assistant Commissioner's (Land) Office, Water Development Board Office, Municipality Office, Allauddin Khan Municipal Auditorium, District Council Office, and the home and the office of District Awami League General Secretary Al Mamun Sarkar.
Hefazat activists vandalised and set fire to the houses of Chhatra League President Rabiul Hossain and General Secretary Shahadat Hossain. They also attacked and vandalised Bank Asia's Brahmanbaria branch and Brahmanbaria Press Club. Also on Sunday, three people were killed in clashes between protesters and law enforcers at the district headquarters and Biswaroad intersection in Sarail.