At least five people have been reported dead in eastern Bangladesh, as security forces opened fire to control protests against the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Hundreds of students from religious schools on Saturday clashed with police and border troops. Police said they were forced to open fire to control the violence.
Bangladeshi police did not officially confirm the death toll.
The violence began on Friday in the capital, Dhaka, and went on to several districts in the country as they accuse Modi of alienating minority Muslims in India.
Amnesty International and several organizations also criticised the police action during the protests.
The two countries issued a joint statement celebrating their cooperation and partnership but the Bangladesh government made no comment about the protests.
Modi left the country on Saturday after holding talks with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and donating 1.2 million COVID-19 vaccine shots.