India will not take steps on Tipaimukh Project: MEA
New Delhi, Dec 2 (ANI): The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Friday said India will not take steps on Tipaimukh Project, which may adversely affect Bangladesh.
In response to a question, seeking details of the call on PM by the Advisers to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, when the latter raised the the Tipaimukh project issue, MEA official spokesperson Vishnu Prakash said " Dr. Mashiur Rahman and Professor Gowher Rizvi, Advisers to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister today. As you are aware, Government of India has already conveyed to the Government of Bangladesh its readiness to hold discussions with the Government of Bangladesh on the Tipaimukh Hydroelectric Project."
"Prime Minister reiterated the assurance he had given to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during his visit to Bangladesh in September 2011, that India will not take steps on Tipaimukh project that will adversely affect Bangladesh," he added. (ANI)
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