India-Japan to develop a port in Bangladesh for alternative to the Siliguri route


India-Japan to develop a port in Bangladesh for alternative to the Siliguri route

Ties between India and Bangladesh will be further strengthened with the ruling Bangladesh Awami League’s landslid victory in the general elections of the country.

With prime minister Sheikh Hasina continuing to be at the helm for next five years, not only the volume of the financial aid given to Bangladesh by India will increase but Bangladesh will also be benefited with the infrastructure development that India is doing with the help of Japan in Indian Ocean.

Sources said that talks among India, Japan and Bangladesh to built a huge port in the deep sea near Payra in South Bangladesh have reached to advance stage and this could be announced anytime this year. India is focusing to develop a port in Bangladesh after helping the country in many industrial projects.

The Sheikh Hasina government continuing in the power will help the government in India. The biggest reason for developing this port is that India does not want to rely only on the Siliguri route for supply of good from the northeastern regions of the country. Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.