India and Bangladesh signed Agreements on Extradition and Visa Regime

India and Bangladesh signed two landmark agreements on extradition of criminals and terrorists on 28th January 2013.

Sushilkumar Shinde signed the agreement with his Bangladeshi counterpart Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir at the end his talks which allow “revised travel arrangement”

This extradition deal was inked hours after Bangladesh cabinet approved its draft a week after Indian cabinet took the decision clear and he said would not be applied for the persons of political character.

Businessmen will be provided five year and multiple entry which could be increase from one more year and three assistants of patients will be given visa. India granted up to six months to Bangladesh's tourists.

Chetia's deportation since long India has been pressing. The ULFA leader has been in a Dhaka jail his arrest in 1997 on Bangladesh without important documents.

On 24th January approved Indian Cabinet. Bangladesh Cabinet approved the extradition at its regular meeting governs by Prime minister Sheikh Hasina and he said under the deal India would be send goods to Myanmar through Bangladesh.