NEW DELHI: India and Bangladesh today agreed to set up designated ‘nodal points’ for timely and effective handling and response to existing as well as emerging security and counter-terrorism challenges.
The first delegation-level virtual police chiefs’ dialogue between police chiefs of India and Bangladesh, held today, decided to further strengthen relationship of the police forces of the two countries as regards issues of mutual concern.
Both sides agreed to enhance their work jointly against terrorist entities, including global terrorist groups, as well as other fugitives, wherever they are present and active. Both sides felt the need for sharing of real time intelligence and feedback through the designated ‘nodal points’, while appreciating each other’s action against insurgent groups operating in the region.
The scope of enhanced coordination to combat trans-border criminal activities, including smuggling of drugs, fake Indian currency notes, arms and ammunition and human trafficking was also discussed.