Nothing to be worried about India’s push-in: Home Minister
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Tuesday assured that there is nothing to be worried about India's bid to pushing people into Bangladesh.
“None will be allowed to enter the country from India except Bangladeshis, and we'll receive people if they're Bangladeshis,” the minister said at a briefing at the Secretariat.
Responding to journalists' queries over increasinging attempts of push-in on different broders, he said Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) foiled a number of push-in bid.
He also informed that Rohingyas who went to India earlier, are now trying to enter in the country.
"But, we won't allow anyone without confirming that they are our citizens. And as this is a matter of few people, not hundreds or thousands, so, there is nothing to panic about," the home boss added.