Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh will arrive in Dhaka on Friday on a three-day visit to further discuss on how two neighboring countries can strengthen cooperation in security areas showing zero tolerance to terrorism and radicalization.
Issues related to radicalization of youths by the terrorist groups, border issues, fake currencies, border killings, cattle smuggling, visa issues, movement of illegal immigrants and Rohingya issues are likely to be discussed during the meeting apart from discussing ways to further strengthen the mutual cooperation in preventing terrorism.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan will receive his Indian counterpart at Bangabandhu Air Base at 6:30pm upon his arrival by a special aircraft.
Rajnath will meet Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday morning to discuss issues of mutual interest between the two countries during his visit.
The Indian Home Minister along with his Bangladesh counterpart will open a mega and integrated Indian Visa Application Center at Jamuna Future Park in the city after his meeting with the Prime Minister on the same day.
State-of-the-art IVAC will have 50 counters together giving an opportunity for around 700 applicants together.
On Saturday afternoon, the Indian Home Minister will visit Bangladesh Police Academy, Sardah to jointly inaugurate the Bangladesh-India Friendship Building there.
Bangladesh and Indian Home Ministers will co-chair the 6th meeting of the Bangladesh-India Home Minister level talks at the Home Ministry that will begin at 10:30 am on Sunday at the Home Ministry.
The Ministers are expected to discuss issues related to security, border management, cooperation in countering illegal activities and travel arrangements, said the Indian High Commission in Dhaka.