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India Concerned Over Bangladeshi Terror Camps

India on Saturday voiced serious concern over the existence of insurgent camps in Bangladesh and large-scale illegal migration from that country and asked Dhaka to take immediate steps to check the problems. At a 30-minute meeting with Bangladesh Foreign Minister Mohd Morshed Khan, Deputy Prime Minister L K Advani also reiterated New Delhi’s demand for handing over of 88 insurgents based in that country, including some against whom Red Corner alert notices have been issued by Interpol. Khan, who later called on Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and had a half-an-hour meeting, expressed Dhaka’s cooperation to India saying Bangladesh would not allow its soil to be used by forces inimical to Indian interests. He told reporters “we agreed to work together on various issues outlined at Friday’s meeting” with External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha. Full Story

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