India-Pakistan war has opened the way closed: PM


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the roads closed due to the war between India and Pakistan in 1965 have been opened.

He said these things at a press conference organized on Tuesday (June 25) at 11 am at Ganabhaban regarding his recent visit to India.

The Prime Minister said, new train service between Rajshahi and Calcutta, new bus service between Chittagong and Calcutta, freight train service to Gede Darshana and Haldibari-Chilahati Dargah will be started.

Through this, communication and economic activities between the two countries will further increase, said the head of government.

He said, the areas which were closed after India-Pakistan war in 1965, railway communication, road communication and sea communication – we are reopening them so that new doors of trade and commerce can be opened.

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The Prime Minister also said that passenger and cargo rail connections will be established with Bangladesh and various cities in India, including Nepal and Bhutan. Three MoUs have been renewed for cooperation in the health and medicine sector, disaster management, resilience mitigation and cooperation in the fisheries sector.

At that time, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the visit to India was very fruitful and there was a discussion to reduce border killings to zero.

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