Deputy High Commi-ssioner of India to Bangladesh Sandeep Chakraborty on Saturday said the relation between Bangladesh and India is now in a brighter state than ever.
"Terrorism and militancy will never be able to rise in this region as these two brotherly nations will continue their joint actions against the menace" he said.
The Indian envoy came up with the observations while addressing a discussion organized by Ekattorer Ghatak Dalal Nirmul Committee in the capital.
Presided over by Shyamoli Nasrin Chowdhury, widow of martyr Dr Alim Chowdhury, the discussion titled "Bangladesh-India Friendship and Regional Security" was addressed by acting president of Nirmul Committee Prof Muntassir Mamun, writer and rights activist Rabindranath Tribedi, Syed Mahbubur Rashid, Mamtaz Latif, among, others.
"The victory in 1971 came as the valiant Freedom Fighters and Indian forces complemented each other very well in the war," Sandeep added.
Professor Muntasir Mamun said the Bengali nation will gratefully remember the glorious role played by Indian army and Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in the War of Liberation in 1971. ?BSS