The security relationship between India and Bangladesh has been expanding for a long time, except that some years after the change of ruling party in Bangladesh, the attitude of relations has changed. But most importantly, he inherited a deep legacy from the founding and training of the Mukti Bahini during the 1971 Bangladeshi Liberation War. Since then, there has been a long relationship in this specific area of cooperation between the two countries. Memorandum of Understanding between GoI and GoB for the extension of the LOC defense to the tune of $500 million. As of October 2013, India exports 500 megawatts of electricity per day to Bangladesh over 35 years. A 125-kilometre-long Baharampur-Bheramara transmission line, including 40 km in Bangladesh, connects the two substations. Bangladeshi officials believe that exports would significantly alleviate the national shortage as soon as 500 MW is injected into the national grid. The prime ministers of the two countries also unveiled the plaque for the 1,320 MW rampal coal-fired power plant, a joint venture between the two countries.  The link is seen as an important step in strengthening bilateral relations and comes at a time when India is desperately trying to compensate for its failure to comply with two important agreements with Bangladesh: one on teesta waters and the land borders pact.  Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the People`s Republic of Bangladesh on the Establishment of Border Controls across the Border Between India and Bangladesh MoU between the General Directorate of Lighthouses and Fireships (DGLL), the Ministry of Navigation, the Government of the Republic of India and the Ministry of Navigation, Ministry of Navigation, the Government of the People`s Republic of Bangladesh concerning cooperation in the field of aids to navigation. Memorandum of Understanding between Tamil Nadu Veterinary Sciences University, Chennai, India and Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Chittagong, Bangladesh The two countries signed 7 agreements, including trade, connectivity, development cooperation, people-to-people contact, culture and other issues of mutual interest. It is not clear whether or not the two leaders talked about NRC. The militaries of the two countries have also played a fairly important role in the inclusion of common themes in order to improve and implement training programs in the fight against terrorism, natural disasters, humanitarian aid and disaster relief (HADR).
Very recently in March 2019, the current Chief of Staff of the Indian Army, then as GOC-in-C of the Eastern Army Command, General M.M.M. Naravane visited the Chief of Staff of Bangladesh, General Aziz Ahmed, to discuss strengthening the exchange of information between the two countries and developing other areas of defence cooperation. This visit took place especially at a time when Myanmar decided to take strong measures to combat insurgent groups operating that thwarted terrorist activities on both sides of India and Myanmar, and discussions were held on different options to improve the conduct of military exercises on a faster and stronger scale.  In addition, in 2014, the defense sectors of both countries adopted a resolution on the settlement of maritime disputes and sought to resolve their land conflicts. . . .