British Minister for International Development Mike Foster visited Bangladesh for three days.
At the end of the visit he spoke at a news conference in Dhaka and said that the BDR mutiny was the first major test for the new administration in Bangladesh. He said but they are an elected government with a strong mandate from the people of Bangladesh.
He said "I sincerely hope that this government will not only be able to get through the present crisis but will be able to implement the election manifesto and their commitment to the people."
He also said Britain is ready to help in the investigation regarding the BDR mutiny but it is the duty of the Bangladeshi law enforcers to unearth the real culprits. In reply to a question on Jamaatul Mujahedeen, Bangladesh--JMB's possible connection with the mutiny he said he wouldn't comment before the completion of the investigation.
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