Dhaka welcomes Indian parliamentary committee’s name over Teesta concern
Bangladesh has described “encouraging and vital” the latest suggestion made by India’s Parliamentary Standing Committee relating to Teesta water sharing settlement.
“It’s certainly encouraging and significant; particularly MPs from all political events of India are on this committee. That’s the reason such a suggestion generated hope amongst us,” Seheli Sabrin, spokesperson on the Ministry of International Affairs, informed reporters on the weekly media briefing immediately.
She mentioned they observed by way of the Bangladesh Mission in New Delhi that the committee beneficial reaching consensus on Teesta water sharing by way of significant dialogue to strengthen the relations between the 2 international locations.
Parliamentary Standing Committee on Exterior Affairs in India unanimously has lately beneficial to the federal government to resolve the pending Teesta water sharing concern on the earliest “to enhance the bilateral relation additional” with Bangladesh.
Recalling earlier discussions, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reiterated Bangladesh’s lengthy pending request for concluding the interim settlement on the sharing of the waters of the Teesta River, the draft of which was finalised in 2011.
The standing committee composed of all events’ lawmakers submitted the report on ‘India’s Neighborhood First Coverage’ in each the homes of the Parliament -Rajyasabha, higher home and Loksabha, decrease home, on July 25.
PP Chaudhary, chairperson of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Exterior Affairs is from BJP.
Essential members of the parliament like former Dwelling Minister of Congress P Chidambaram, Abhishek Banerjee of TMC, BJP MP Swapan Dasgutpa and different 27 members of Parliament of Rajyasabha and Loksabha are the members of the committee, media reported.