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AL behind 'anti-India' mindset?
Bangladeshis hold 'anti-India' sentiments because of that country's support for the Awami League, one of Khaleda Zia's key advisers Emajuddin Ahamed has claimed. Do you also think so?
Yes - 53%
No - 47%
Total number of votes: 72
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