Khaleda to seek solution of Teesta, outstanding issues

Khaleda to seek solution of Teesta, outstanding issues

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During her meeting with visiting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi scheduled for Sunday, BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia will seek a fair solution to the outstanding issues including Teesta water sharing agreement, according to party leader.
The former Bangladesh premier will also focus on the latest development in the political arena and seek cooperation from Indian government considering it the largest democratic neighbouring country, they said.
The meeting between Narendra Modi and Khaleda Zia will take place at 4:00pm at Hotel Sonargaon, where Modi is staying during his visit. A high profile delegation led by Khaleda Zia will join it, according to sources at BNP chairperson’s Gulshan office.A six to eight member delegation led by Khaleda Zia will reach Sonargaon Hotel at 3:45pm to take part in the meeting.
The other possible members of the delegation are: BNP standing committee members–Barrister Moudud Ahmed, Tariqul Islam, Brig Gen (Retd) ASM Hannan Shah, Dr Abdul MOyeen Khan and Nazrul Islam Khan, party vice chairman Shamsher Mobin Chowdhury, chairperson’s adviser Reaz Rahman, Amir Khasru Mahmud Chowdhury and Sabihuddin Ahmed.
Sources said, the BNP delegation will also focus on lopsided January 5 general polls and party demand to hold a free and fair election under a non-partisan government.
The delegation will also focus on repression on opposition leaders and activists carried out by law enforcing agencies and emphasis the need for a neutral election though talks to resolve the current political stalemate, sources added.
The BNP delegation will also discuss different bilateral issues including Teesta water sharing, reducing trade deficit and stopping border killing.
Khaleda Zia will thank Modi for implementation of land boundary agreement (LBA) and appreciate for introducing positive politics centering the South Asian countries.
She will also hand over some gift for the Indian premier from the party. -Staff Reporter

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