‘India has no intention to interfere Bangladesh’s internal politics’



India again stated that it did not intend to be involved in Bangladesh's internal policy because it believes in expanding relations with Neighboring countries through mutual benefit and respect.

"We are trying to get away from the domestic affairs of Bangladesh," said the High Commissioner of India to Bangladesh Harsh Vardhan Shringla.

Regarding the diplomatic correspondents of a program entitled "DCABtalk" at the Jatiya Press Club, he said that their efforts would not become a factor in Bangladesh's domestic policy and not to " In the electoral process.

Diplomatic Correspondents Association, Bangladesh (DCAB) organized the program with its President Rezaul Karim Lotus as President. DCAB Secretary General Pantho Rahman also spoke to the program.

When asked about any possibility of signing the Teesta water sharing agreement before the upcoming general elections in Bangladesh, he mentioned the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the problem of Teesta during the visit of New Delhi of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

He also hopes that they look forward to signing the agreement as soon as possible.



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