Ahead of Ram Mandir Construction in Ayodhya, Bangladesh Says India Must Prevent Moves That May Hurt Ties

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External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar with Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen. (PTI)

According to Bangladesh commentators, the August 5 inauguration of Ayodhya temple building may give a new political alternative to the opponents of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

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Last Updated: July 27, 2020, 12:52 PM IST

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On the sidelines of the development of a grand Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Bangladesh international minister AK Abdul Momen on Sunday mentioned that India ought to stop strikes that would damage its historic ties with the neigbouring nation.

According to Bangladesh commentators, the August 5 inauguration of Ayodhya temple building may give a new political alternative to the opponents of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Referring to the temple building, Momen mentioned that each nations won’t let it destroy their relations, nevertheless, India ought to chorus from any improvement that would damage its “deep” ties with Bangladesh.

Quoting Momen, The Hindu reported, “We won’t enable this (temple building) to harm ties however I’d still urge that India mustn’t enable any improvement that may fracture our stunning and deep relationship. This is legitimate for each our nations and I’d say each side ought to work in such a manner in order that such disruptions could be averted.”

The minister additionally reportedly mentioned that each one sections of the society in each the nations had an obligation in the direction of fostering an excellent relationship and making certain that the ties remained intact as the govt alone can’t ship on such issues.

The Minister additionally defended a telephonic dialog between Sheikh Hasina and Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan last week and mentioned that there was nothing uncommon that happened within the dialogue and reiterated that the decision was merely a matter of courtesy.

Experts in Bangladesh are of the opinion that India was shifting in the direction of a “two-nation principle” and that the temple building, although an inside matter regarding India, can have an emotional affect on the people of the neighbouring nation.

However, the international minister blamed “vested pursuits” in making an attempt to create a rift between the 2 nations by highlighting a collection of developments in Dhaka. He mentioned that Bangladesh was in assist of regional peace and expects dialogue with all.

Referring to Sheikh Hasina’s dialog along with her Pakistani counterpart, Momen requested that why ought to there be any drawback if Pakistan known as Bangladesh, and additional went on to accuse the media of exaggerating reviews on the decision.

He mentioned each the leaders mentioned the Covid-19 pandemic, whereas Pakistan mentioned that Imran Khan had raised the Kashmir concern in the course of the name. However, Bangladesh has maintained silence over the Kashmir concern.




[Attribution News18]

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