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Hasina dupes nation over LBA with India

- Despite fulfilling all wishes of Delhi, fails to get occupied Indian enclaves back - Crackdown on Muslim activists, reopening cases against ex army officers was to appease India - Hasina told nation to get over 17000 acres of land back from India but duped every time - Mamata Banrejee emerges as top opponent for Hasina government from India

DHAKA – Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajid has once again duped the nation when it miserably failed to get Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) with India signed while it promised the nation about the same soon after she took over. The LBA would enable Bangladesh to get back its territorial land that is being illegally and forcibly occupied by India while Hasina Wajid gave a variety of favors to the Indian government soon after taking over as the BD Premier under the garb of getting an LBA signed with India as a result of these favors including going out of the way to address India’s major concerns, specially in the direction of security as well as launching a crackdown on Muslim activists, The Daily Mail has learnt on good authority. The political analysts here in Bangladesh recall that Hasina Sheikh had promised the nation that it will get the LBA signed with India and will add to the nation’s pride and kept fooling the innocent people of the country over the issue. She first announced that the LBA would be signed during her visit to India in January 2010 but she returned without making any progress over the agreement. She than told her nation that the said agreement would be signed...

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