One of the three projects jointly inaugurated by India and Bangladesh allows India to buy liquefied petroleum gas from Bangladesh for consumption in India’s northeastern state of Tripura. The LPG will be transported by Bangladeshi trucks to the Indian state cutting down transport times and costs. The second was the inauguration of a skill development centre that will provide basic as well as advanced training some 200-300 Bangladeshi youth on an annual basis for employment in the small and medium scale industry sectors.
The seven pacts signed included one on the terms for the use of the Chattogram and Mongla ports in Bangladesh for movement of goods to and from India. The agreement to enable this was signed in October last year. A second pact signed was for India to draw 1.82 cusecs (cubic seconds) of water from Bangladesh’s Feni river for use by India in Tripura state
We are to be blamed here. Domestic politics is affecting our relations with Bangladesh. Already anti India sentiment is on a rise in Bangladesh.Bangladesh envoy says:"There has been so much criticism of Bangladesh because of alleged illegal immigration, but let me tell you that a person of my country would rather swim in the ocean and reach Italy instead of coming to India."
Politics of influx used by some parties in India: Bangladesh envoy