Especially, the Bangladesh PM is currently in India on a four-day visit to attend the India Economic Summit of the World Economic Forum (WEF) which is scheduled to take place on Saturday.
Talking at the India-Bangladesh Business Forum on Saturday,” PM Hasina said,’We are convinced that in the next few years, we’ll further lift our relations to new heights. I extend my sincere thanks to the Indian govt for creating this opportunity for interaction.’
In a dialog with T he Indian Express, PM Hasina was asked when she had been happy with all the Indian government’s choice on NRC in Assam, to which she answered,’Oboshoyi (undoubtedly )…I do not find any problem’
Everything is OK,’ she explained, as mentioned by T Indian Express.
Hasina’s comments come just 1 day after the Centre admitted that it had not talked about that the deportation of illegal Bangladeshis with the neighbor. The Bangladesh PM’s announcement also comes just a week following the UNGA meeting in New York in which she described NRC because of’great concern’ for citizens of Bangladesh.
Nonetheless, in a brief bilateral meet at a hotel in New York, both Prime Ministers had landed about precisely the identical foot following PM Modi assured that there was nothing to worry about as India and Bangladesh maintained’great relations’.
Throughout her trip from India, PM Hasina is also expected to stop by President Ram Nath Kovind, while she’s also likely to hold talks with External Minister S Jaishankar.