IDN Take: India Bangladesh Hand-in-hand; Galloping Together; A Sign Of Good Omen

On 31 December 2018, when all Indians were getting ready to usher in the new year of 2019 with full gusto, Bangladeshis were voting for their next government to be for five years.

Lo and behold it was once again Sheikh Hasina who romped in with absolute majority, leaving main opposition, the anti-Indian Gatbandhan of BNP and Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami far behind. She suffered no anti-incumbency and all other rhetoric’s of general elections.

While this brought smiles to Indians and those Bangladeshis who love their country, nevertheless these results did give unnatural heart beats to BNP, Jamaat and their supporters in Pakistan.

Let us not feel shy in saying that India has been an enthusiastic cheer leader of Sheikh Hasina, always supporting her at her time of need.  Read More

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