Under the proposed bilateral defence agreement, signed between nations, India looks forward to expanding its territories and cooperating with the armed forces of the People`s Republic of Bangladesh to create a manufacturing services sector for the next defence platforms for both countries. India has pledged to equip the Bangladesh Armed Forces and help them meet their expert training requirements by ensuring logistical and technical assistance that would help Bangladesh achieve long-term self-efficacy in the defence sector. B with deputy commissions in Khulna, Rajshahi and Chittagong.  During Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s official visit to Bangladesh in June 2015, up to 22 agreements were signed by two parties. During the visit, India extended a $2 billion line of credit to Bangladesh and pledged $5 billion in investment. Under the agreements, India`s Reliance Power agreed to invest $3 billion in the creation of a 3,000 MW LNG-based power plant (the largest foreign investment ever made in Bangladesh). Adani Power will also commission a 1600 MW coal-fired power plant at a cost of $US 1.5 billion.  The two countries have signed a total of 22 agreements, including cooperation agreements in the field of maritime security and the fight against human trafficking and counterfeiting of Indian currencies. . .