India stands with Bangladesh in its fight against terrorism: PM Narendra Modi to Sheikh Hasina
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday condemned the recent terror attacks in Bangladesh and said that India stands with its immediate neighbour in its fight against terrorism.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday condemned the recent terror attacks in Bangladesh and said that India stands with its immediate neighbour in its fight against terrorism.
While interacting with Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina through video conference, PM Modi condemned the terror attack on Eid congregation in Kishoreganj, which left four people dead.
The PM extended condolences to the Bangladesh Premier saying, “You are not alone in your fight against terror. India will always fully support you in all your efforts to fight this menace.”
India's progress is linked to the progress of its neighbouring nations, PM Modi asserted.
PM Modi and Hasina interacted with each other during the inauguration of Petrapole-Benapole land port.
Earlier this month, Bangladesh was rocked by two terrorists attack. On July 1, 20 foreigners were brutally hacked to death by ISIS militants inside a restaurant popular with expatriates in the high-security diplomatic zone before commandos launched an assault killing six attackers and capturing one alive, ending Bangladesh's worst terror attack.
Few days later on July 07 at least four persons were killed and 12 others injured when the assailants, numbering seven-to-eight men and armed with explosives, machetes and firearms, battled the police for more than an hour at Sholakia Eid prayer venue in Kishoreganj district near Dhaka.