Chidambaram warns Bangladesh on terror
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Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on Monday warned Bangladesh against allowing anti-India activities from its territory. "The Government of Bangladesh has a responsibility to control the HuJI. It cannot allow its territory to be a safe haven to insurgent groups. In the long run, Bangladesh is hurting itself if it does not enjoy good relations with India," Chidambaram said at the conclusion of a debate on the blasts in the North-East in October.
Young MPs from the region, Kiren Rijiju, Agatha Sangma and Sarbababda Sonowal had earlier made spirited interventions, wondering why the repeated blasts in the North-East had failed to strike a chord in the rest of the country like the Mumbai terror attack did.
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