Hasina's warning was perhaps aimed at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in connection to the blast in Khagragarh in Burdwan district of the state on October 2. Subsequent investigations brought to the fore the fact that Bangladeshi terror modules have been operating from the soil of Bengal over the years and aimed at destabilising the current Awami League regime in Dhaka. It was also alleged that a plan to assassinate PM Hasina had been hatched on the Indian soil.
Hasina, who was speaking at her residence Ganabhavan here, said her government had in the past uprooted anti-India camps and now it is time for India to reciprocate. She said her government also has information about terrorists hatching conspiracy abroad.
The National Investigation Agency of India has unearthed through investigation that a terror outfit named Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh had links with the Burdwan blast.