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What India said about the campaign to boycott its own products in Bangladesh

April 5, 2024 5:27 am

What India said about the campaign to boycott its own products in Bangladesh

India has reacted to the campaign of boycott of Indian products that has been going on for about three months in Bangladesh. In the weekly briefing in Delhi on Thursday, the spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs, Randhir Jaiswal, clarified his position in this regard.

He said that the call to boycott Indian products in Bangladesh cannot destroy the depth of the relationship between the two countries. The scope of the relationship between the two countries is omnidirectional, this relationship will remain so.

In the briefing, a journalist asked, a so-called ‘India Out’ campaign has been going on in Bangladesh for the past several days, basically calling for a boycott of Indian products. Some notable opposition leaders of that country have also expressed their support for it. Would you like to comment on this movement? And secondly, is there any impact on India’s exports to Bangladesh as a result?

In response, Randhir Jaiswal said that the relationship between India and Bangladesh is actually a very strong and deep relationship. Our two countries actually have a comprehensive partnership, which spans many fields. From economy to trade, from investment to development cooperation, from connectivity to people-to-people contact – you name any aspect of human life, you will see that it is part of the overall India-Bangladesh relationship. The partnership between our two countries is just that vibrant. And this trend will continue in the coming days.

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