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Sheikh Hasina is hopeful in solving outstanding problems with India

Sheikh Hasina is hopeful in solving outstanding problems with India

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Photo: Focus Bangla

Senior Correspondent, Barta24.com

Prime Minister has expressed her optimism that all outstanding problems including Teesta water sharing with India will be solved. Congratulating Narnedra Modi on his re-election as the Prime Minister of India Sheikh Hasina said that the problems with India will be solved one by one.

To inform the countrymen about her recent Japan, Saudi Arabia and Finland visit Prime Minister held the press conference on Sunday afternoon (june9) at Gonobhavan lounge. 

Sheikh Hasina said, “You speak only about Teesta but why don’t you say that we have solved sea boundary dispute. We have solved long standing enclave problems. You do not need to say about inadequate water. We have designed delta plan. Now we are making arrangements how much water we can keep reserve by digging the rivers. We wanted water from them they gave us electricity. Water must come as the electricity has come

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