5 September, 2006; New Delhi. At ameeting of Chief Ministers, Buddhadeb Bhattacharya,the Chief Minister of West Bengal requested thePrime Minister Manmohan Singh to help demolishingthe terrorist haunts all over India. He demanded that just as the soldiers of the Indian Army raided the jungles of Bhutan and razed the terrorist camps ofKamtapuris in Bhutan about two years back, similaroperations might be carried out in Bangladesh too.Earlier Bhutan had to agree to the decision of theIndian government; they had to allow entry of theIndian Army. Bangladesh also could be put under pressure and stern steps mightbe taken to erase the terrorist camps there. According to him there was no betterway to tackle the Pakistani terrorists, Maoists or the KLO activists. He also addedthat efforts should be made to acquire the disputed villages within half akilometer of the Indian border.
5 September, 2006, Place: Dhaka. In a strongreaction to the proposal of Buddhadeb Bhattacharya in theChief Ministers’ meet in India, the foreign minister ofBangladesh, Md. Morshed Khan clearly said that thisattitude of India was the expression of a crude imperialisticmentality. It was a well known fact that the terroristactivities going on in Bangladesh are patronised by India;but still Bangladesh did not take such high-handedapproach, he added.
Recently the Home Secretary of India visited Dhaka. He handed overa detailed list with a map of the anti-India terrorist camps existing in Bangladesh.In reply, the Home Secretary of Bangladesh placed a map with a list of terroristcamps in India that are working against Bangladesh.