India, Bangladesh set to strengthen bilateral ties
Despite strong oppositions from the Bangladesh Nationalist Party, the Indian government and its Bangladeshi counterpart are set to strengthen the bilateral relation by signing nearly thirty-five new agreements. According to the report, the new agreement will be inked when the Bangladesh Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina, visits our country. As per the report, the Bangladeshi supremo is scheduled to visit our country on April 7. It is learned that the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has officially invited his Bangladeshi counterpart to our country in order to strengthen the bilateral ties between the two developing countries of South Asia.
The agreements are expected to cover a long array of issues including atomic energy cooperation, information and telecast, science and technology, geological and aeronautical research, power generation cooperation, defence and et al. While speaking to the media personals, when asked about the allegation raised by the BNP party that the Hasina regime is trying to sell Bangladesh’s sovereignty by signing pacts with India, A H Mahmud Ali, the Bangladesh Foreign Minister, asserts that once the details about the agreements is publicised the public will know such allegations have no ground. Meanwhile, it is said that Sheikh Hasina is expected to pay homage to the Indian soldiers who were killed during the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War. During that war, the Indian soldiers fought alongside with the Bangladesh Liberation Army to free the country from the clutches of the unfair governing system led by Pakistan. Our country lost nearly 1661 soldiers in the risky process of liberating Bangladesh.
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