India steps up engagement with Bangladeshi political parties - The Hindu

India steps up engagement with Bangladeshi political parties – The Hindu

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Ghulam Muhammad Quader gave a telephonic interview to The Hindu where he said that he has maintained equidistance from both the ruling Awami League and the BNP. He told The Hindu, “It is very important for the government to come forward for dialogue with all political parties. We want that all parties should sit and discuss some way out to ensure free and fair elections.

In the interview, the JAPA president did not endorse the BNP’s demand for a caretaker government, instead, he appeared to favor a third option – a compromise formula – that could address difficult positions and told The Hindu, ” We have a formula in mind and when the all-party talks take place, we will put it on the table.

The visit of the Awami League and Jatiya Party delegations to India has assumed more significance as the visit was preceded by a two-member delegation from the US Congress that visited Bangladesh last week. During their visit to Bangladesh, US Congressmen Rich McCormick and Ed Case met Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen and representatives of the BNP and Jatiya Party.

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