Bangladesh, India to work together
Staff Correspondent:The prime minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian prime minister Narenda Modi had a bilateral meeting here on Sunday night reassuring that Bangladesh and India will work together for the sake of development.
The meeting was held at Leela Hotel Goa here.
Bangladesh will remain beside India while India beside Bangladesh for the sake of development, foreign secretary M Shahidul Haque told reporters after the meeting.
He said the Indian prime minister highly appreciated the anti-terrorism stance of Bangladesh government. ‘Modi also wanted to know from Hasina about the secret behind the success of her government in containing terrorism,’ the foreign secretary said.
Shahidul Haque termed the meeting of the two leaders of the neighbouring countries as fruitful as it was held in a very cordial environment.
PM’s press secretary Ihsanul Karim said Sheikh Hasina informed the Indian Prime Minister about the consciousness among people regarding her government’s anti-terrorism stance.
‘We’re creating awareness against terrorism from the family level as the Imams of mosques are talking about the darkness of terrorism,’ the PM’s press secretary quoted Sheikh Hasina as telling Modi.
He also said Hasina mentioned about the huge positive response from people about the awareness building against terrorism.