Minister – “Regional stability” is important for both India and Bangladesh, according to Information and Broadcasting Minister Hassan Mahmud, who was in Bangladesh. He also stated that “the bilateral relationship between New Delhi and Dhaka is limited only to sharing the water of Teesta between the two countries. “It’s much more diverse than relying on,” he said in an interview with the media on Tuesday at the Indian press club.
Mahmoud confirmed that Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh has officially accepted Narendra Modi’s invitation to attend the G20 summit in Bangladesh in September 2023. India has welcomed adjoining Bangladesh as one of the visitor countries of the culmination.
“India and Bangladesh have very different relationships. It is not solely dependent on the Teesta River diversion; there is progress; the Indian Constitution imposes certain obligations and procedures; I hope that the shared Teesta water issue will be resolved in the future after all paperwork has been completed. Relations between the two countries: controversies surrounding the pending water sharing agreement.
Mahmoud stated that Bangladesh will be an election year for the government of Sheikh Hasina. to assist Bangladesh. One of the most crucial prerequisites for prosperity is political stability. In my opinion, maintaining political stability in Bangladesh necessitates regional stability. Additionally, I would like to express my gratitude to you for preserving political stability in Bangladesh and maintaining regional stability. India has been involved.
Mahmoud responded when questioned about how the attacks on Bangladeshi minorities have affected India’s relations with Bangladesh: Please do not mistake our Prime Minister for a member of the minority; he is a native son of this nation.
The Bangladeshi government, which has taken a tough stance against these thugs in recent years, will celebrate Durga Puja this year. Of course, there are fanatic groups in both India and Bangladesh, and they are fueling fanaticism to destabilize the harmony between religious groups… It is happening everywhere. Since last year, 700 more puja pandals have been set up.