India, Bangladesh extradition treaty comes into force

Dhaka:  India and Bangladesh today exchanged the instruments of ratification for an extradition treaty that could lead to the handing over of several jailed Indian militant leaders like ULFA's Anup Chetia.  Bangladesh's Senior Home Secretary,
india bangladesh extradition treaty comes into...
PTI October 23, 2013 20:31 IST
Dhaka:  India and Bangladesh today exchanged the instruments of ratification for an extradition treaty that could lead to the handing over of several jailed Indian militant leaders like ULFA's Anup Chetia.  





Bangladesh's Senior Home Secretary, C Q K Mostak Ahmed and Indian High Commissioner Pankaj Saran signed the documents here on behalf of the two countries and exchanged them.  

“With the signature of the ratification instruments and the exchange, we are now in a position to bring the treaty into effect,” Saran said.

He hoped the treaty will contribute further to the mutual security of both countries, the Daily Star reported.  

 
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