Providing a description of what Bangladesh has been able to achieve from India, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that her recent visit to the neighbouring country didn’t end with nothing.
The PM said this during a press briefing held on her recent visit to India, at her official residence Ganobhaban on Wednesday afternoon.
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Replying to a question, PM Hasina said what Bangladesh achieved from India depends on one’s perception.
“Bangladesh is going to get fuel from India. The (fuel) oil will be transported from Assam’s Numaligarh to our depot in the north through a pipeline which will also be built by India. Once the supply of fuel starts, the economic activities of north Bangladesh and the wellbeing of the people living there will get a boost,” the PM said.
She added that Bangladesh has also discussed the issue of LNG import with India.
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“Khulna region faces acute gas crisis from time to time. We’re thinking of importing LNG from India through that region, so that people living in that part of the country can be directly benefited,” added Hasina.
During the briefing, PM Hasina termed the assurance of getting oil and gas from India as big accomplishments of her recent India visit.
Source: United News of Bangladesh