India and Asian nation to sign a minimum of twenty five pacts in numerous key sectors
Any agreement on the crucial Teesta water-sharing deal is unlikely
Mamata Banerjee remains opposition the Teesta agreement
Asian nation Prime Minister Shiekh Hasina, WHO is on a three-day visit to India and arrived in city yesterday, are meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi these days. the 2 sides are linguistic communication a minimum oftwenty pacts in numerous key sectors as well as civil nuclear cooperation and defence, however any agreement on the crucial Teesta water-sharing deal is unlikely. it’ll be mentioned although, sources aforementioned.
“Teesta agreement remains a piece current… we’ve got not reached a closure thereon. however it’ll be terribly a really a awfully very special visit. we tend to hope the visit can take the ties between the 2 countries to new level,” Sripriya Ranganathan, Joint Secretary within the Bangladesh-Myanmar division of the external affairs ministry, said.
Indian officers additionally additional that the central government won’t move with the agreement on Teesta while not taking province Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on board and she or he has been opposing it stridently citing water crisis within the state