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IMPHAL, Aug 19 � The Bangladesh Deputy High Commissioner Mahbub Hassan Saleh said his country will not allow North East based militants to operate in Bangladesh soil.

�No entity will be allowed (to operate) in the Bangladesh soil,� said the Deputy High Commissioner while speaking to media persons on the sideline of the two-day International conference here at Manipur University yesterday. �The Bangladesh Prime Minister has not only spoken about it, but she has demonstrated it in action�, he claimed.

�We all know and can see the result and I think � I don�t need to elaborate on it�and this will remain as policy of the government,� added the Bangladesh official who attended the conference held under the theme �India and her neighbours: Reverting relation with Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Maldives� here.

Reacting to a question on illegal migration, the visiting foreign diplomat said, �Migration took place historically in the past and of course, look at the history�as far as I�m concern there is no illegal migration taking place now.�

When sought his comment on the present situation in India�s Northeastern States due to report of illegal migration, he termed it as an internal problem. He, however, expressed unhappiness over the violent activities.

Regarding the controversial Tipaimukh multi-purpose project which is planned to be developed in Manipur�s south western junction bordering Mizoram, the Bangladesh diplomat informed that both Bangladesh and India have decided to form a joint group which will be meeting soon with their technical experts to study the project.

Earlier, speaking at the conference, he said his country has taken up issues relating to water sharing, border security and border killing besides trade investment and security with the Indian authority.

Stating that Bangladesh always looks at India as an elder brother, not as a big brother, the visiting foreign diplomat also expressed the need to rectify the land boundary agreement between the two countries. He said his country has been seriously considering the water sharing issue with India as they have as many as 54 international rivers flowing down to their country. He also expressed the hope the ongoing conference will definitely help the neighbouring countries to understand each other�s problems.

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Bangla not to allow NE outfits to operate

IMPHAL, Aug 19 � The Bangladesh Deputy High Commissioner Mahbub Hassan Saleh said his country will not allow North East based militants to operate in Bangladesh soil.

�No entity will be allowed (to operate) in the Bangladesh soil,� said the Deputy High Commissioner while speaking to media persons on the sideline of the two-day International conference here at Manipur University yesterday. �The Bangladesh Prime Minister has not only spoken about it, but she has demonstrated it in action�, he claimed.

�We all know and can see the result and I think � I don�t need to elaborate on it�and this will remain as policy of the government,� added the Bangladesh official who attended the conference held under the theme �India and her neighbours: Reverting relation with Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Maldives� here.

Reacting to a question on illegal migration, the visiting foreign diplomat said, �Migration took place historically in the past and of course, look at the history�as far as I�m concern there is no illegal migration taking place now.�

When sought his comment on the present situation in India�s Northeastern States due to report of illegal migration, he termed it as an internal problem. He, however, expressed unhappiness over the violent activities.

Regarding the controversial Tipaimukh multi-purpose project which is planned to be developed in Manipur�s south western junction bordering Mizoram, the Bangladesh diplomat informed that both Bangladesh and India have decided to form a joint group which will be meeting soon with their technical experts to study the project.

Earlier, speaking at the conference, he said his country has taken up issues relating to water sharing, border security and border killing besides trade investment and security with the Indian authority.

Stating that Bangladesh always looks at India as an elder brother, not as a big brother, the visiting foreign diplomat also expressed the need to rectify the land boundary agreement between the two countries. He said his country has been seriously considering the water sharing issue with India as they have as many as 54 international rivers flowing down to their country. He also expressed the hope the ongoing conference will definitely help the neighbouring countries to understand each other�s problems.

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