“We will not allow anyone to oppress countrymen in the name of religion and no political organization out of constitution will be allowed to be active in the country,” he said.
The home minister came up with the forewarning while talking to journalists at his secretariat office in city.
Declining to disclose the number of criminals, he said Bangladesh and India exchanged lists of convicts and criminals to hand them over to their respective countries under the Extradition Treaty signed in January.
The ruling Awami League lawmaker said, “The lists of criminals identified by the two countries and approved by their courts have been exchanged.”
Regarding repatriation of Anup Chetia, leader of United Liberation Front of Asom, who is now in the custody here, he said, “Two cases against Anup are now under trial in Bangladesh.”
On January 28, Bangladesh-India signed the much-awaited Extradition Treaty.banglanews24.com