Minister of State for Foreign Affairs in Akhaura India-Bangladesh relations have reached a new height

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Moynal Bhuiyan

Brahmanbaria Correspondent

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Eati Akter

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Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Md Shahriar Alam said that under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina and Narendra Modi, India-Bangladesh relations have reached a new height in the last decade. The support of the people of Tripura during the liberation war has bound us in the bond of friendship for life. He said these things to reporters at the zero line of the border while going to the Indian state of Tripura through the Akhaura check post in Brahmanbaria at 3:30 on Tuesday. He also said that he is going to Agartala on the invitation of Asian Confluence (Civil Society) working in the states of Eastern India. A meeting will be held at Polo Tower Hotel, Agartala. A Minister of the Union Government of India, Minister of External Affairs, Chief Minister of Tripura are expected to be present in the meeting. In the meeting, we will discuss about the increase of trade and commerce through this region, the benefits of people’s travel. Apart from this, investment in rail communication, road communication will be updated. I want to carry out some more work in the coming days. Along with Bangladesh, the market of 7 states of Northeast India has been created. They are steadily improving. Want to engage it with our market. There is no substitute for connectivity. Finding a way to see it. What the two governments have done so far, how much impact has it had, to work in the days ahead with inspiration. Going with such an idea. In response to a question from reporters regarding the construction work of Akhaura Immigration Bhavan being stopped for 6 years due to BSF’s objection, he said that there is an update on this matter. See you soon. Wait to see the solution. Naeem Razzak MP, Assistant Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque, Md Al Aminul Imam, Director State Minister’s Office were accompanying the Minister. Assistant High Commissioner of Bangladesh in Tripura Arif Mohammad greeted him with flowers at the zero line of the border while entering India. Earlier, he arrived at Akhaura check post at 3 pm by road from Dhaka. Akhaura upazila executive officer Angyajai Marma, Akhaura police station officer in-charge Md. Asadul Islam congratulated him with flowers. Akhaura Land Port Assistant Director (Traffic) Md. Atiqul Islam, Akhaura Immigration Police In-charge Swapan Chandra Das and others were also present.

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