India, Bangladesh Vow Joint Action On Terrorist Groups

New Delhi: India and Bangladesh restated that the use of the territory of any country would not be permitted for fanatic and unlawful actions.

The neighbors alleged that continued group action and information sharing would help them. Both sides decide to begin quick action on data accepted about groupings and factors and other fugitives.

India guaranteed Bangladesh all possible support to its appeal to outline wanted criminals allegedly taking shelter in Indian Territory.

The Indian side recapitulated its appeal to Bangladesh to take disincentive action against Indian Insurgent Groups and their members.

It required prompt action on Red Corner Notice subjects through improved relations between the Interpol-designated points.

The two countries decided to revitalize the system of the Joint Working Group (JWG) along the lines of Home Secretary and Joint Secretaries who will hold discussions at regularly in New Delhi and Dhaka alternately.