Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan has reiterated Bangladesh’s policy on coercion, expression that the country can ne’er permit its soil to be used because the launching ground for any reasonably terror activities against any country within the world, plus the close country.
Speaking at the third Counter coercion Conference in New Delhi yesterday, the minister aforesaid “Bangladesh follows a counter coercion strategy supported four pillars: hindrance, disruption, capability building and upholding relevance human rights.”
Indian Vice-President Hamid Ansari inaugurated the three-day conference unionised by Republic of India Foundation at a neighborhood edifice, in step with a announcement of Bangla Desh High Commission in New Delhi.
Referring to many recent acts of coercion in Bangla Desh, the house minister aforesaid things was brought in restraint, because of relentless efforts by enforcement agencies and with active cooperation from the final mass.
The home minister, however, regretted that despite tight measures, many home-grown teams became radicalised. “In some cases, with the connivance of some radical political affiliations, [they] try to de-stabilise the country with their acts of terror and therefore hinder the present speedy socio-economic development.”
“We have conjointly undraped the unholy nexus between these teams and people WHO square measure against the trial of the anti-liberation war actors and perpetrators within the International Crime Tribunals,” he added.