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Indo-Bangladesh Home Secretary Level Meeting Ends in Dhaka


Bangladesh and India on Sunday agreed on "expeditious" exchange of criminals staying in either of the countries as both the home secretaries on Sunday ended their two-day annual talks on wide range of bilateral issues including cross- border security and terrorism.

In a joint statement issued at a press conference joined by Bangladesh Home Secretary Abdul Karim and his Indian counterpart Madhukar Gupta it said that
both sides agreed that the verification process of released prisoners of one country held in the prisons of the other should be expedited and modalities in this regard would be worked out.

The statement said that both sides also agreed "continue efforts" to track down criminals who took shelter in either of the countries to evade justice and send them back home "expeditiously."

The two home secretaries said killing of civilians along the frontier had largely dominated their talks while they agreed to put in their best efforts to reduce such incidents in future.

Gupta e also referred to the decision taken in the recently held talks between Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) and Border Security Force (BSF) of India, suggesting joint visits to the vulnerable areas along the frontlines and intensifying their communications to evade the border violence.

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