Dhaka: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on the issue of Rohingyas refugees here that the situation will be normal only after people return to Myanmar. The External Affairs Minister arrived in Dhaka on a two-day tour. Sushma Swaraj participated in the meeting of the Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) to strengthen the bilateral relation with neighboring countries. After this, the External Affairs Minister also met Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh
Let us know that Sushma’s second visit to Bangladesh. Before them, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had recently come to Bangladesh.
On the issue of Rohingya, Sushma said, “If I am focusing on strengthening bilateral relations, then we have to be cautious about many issues. India is very worried about the violence in Myanmar’s Rohingya Province. We appeal to people here to return and their Welfare. It is clear that unless the people who ran from this place (Rohingya) will not return here, the situation will not be normal. Only a solution can be found in this area through social, economic and infrastructure development. This will benefit all the communities living here. ”
It is important to note that the conflict between Rohingya Muslims and Myanmar Army was fought in Myanmar in the last days. After this, thousands of Rohingya have taken shelter in the areas adjacent to Bangladesh and India to save lives.
After the 4th meeting of JCC, Sushma Swaraj said, “There are many challenges to discussions here. It includes issues like terrorism and radicalization. We are also involving small countries in carrying forward the fight against terrorism. The Indian government is committed to protecting society from the ideology of hatred. Our zero-tolerance policy is for violence and terrorism. We are working against terrorism in all effective ways. ”
Foreign Ministry officials said that Sushma met Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh, the leader of the opposition Roshan Irshad and former chief minister Khaleda Zia. On Monday, the Teesta river deal, Rohingya Crisis, and many issues are expected to be discussed. Apart from this, Sushma will arrange 15 schemes launched in Bangladesh with the help of India. During the visit of Hasina in April, India gave a loan of $ 4.5 billion to Bangladesh for many important projects, including electricity, roads, railways.