Friday, May 6, 2011

The border shootings: concerns Indian claim to Bangladesh on a daily basis

Dhaka, may 6: the Indian claim that 40% of the total killed in the border illegally with the nationals of Bangladesh are the Indian was the leading newspaper expressed doubts Friday that the accused New Delhi, "lack of stability" in seeking to resolve the issue.The Daily Star editorial wondered what India Secretary Nirupama Rao had 40% of the image is currently being killed Indians.

"We're not quite sure how this image is a candidate. Even so, it evokes the Indian border force (border security force), tend to be the trigger-happy, disrupting ghost ", the newspaper said.

The South Asian neighbours, between the sensitive topic of the debate was revived India's Vice President Hamid Ansari, during the two-day visit.

This is the biggest by Indian dignitary during the past two years, and is considered to be part of the preparations for the visit of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here later this year.

"For us in Bangladesh, this joint efforts to contain the problem, to talk about is something we have heard previously. Has been the need for guarantees that the delays aplenty, "the newspaper said.

Dhaka contends that the BSF has killed more than a thousand people over the last one.

The BSF men says, "to defend itself," the fire-goods, cattle, arms and drugs smuggling-till as many armed border crossing.

The editorial said: "these attitudes are revealed only in the absence of the seriousness of the problem as part of the information concerned. In turn, has to deal with the problem was the lack of willingness.

"All said and done, though, it is expected by the Ms. Rao gentle means killing the problem to the edge of the fresh new approach to the beginning. Let Bangladesh and India to get down to serious discussions for Shooting people at the side of the dead, raises the question of human rights, "the newspaper reported.

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