'25,000 B'deshis do not return from India every year' Updated on Monday, July 20, 2009, 20:46 IST Dhaka: Every year, some 25,000 Bangladeshis entering India with valid visas do not return home while many more travel there illegally, raising security concerns for New Delhi, the Indian envoy to Dhaka said on Monday. "We know that around 25,000 Bangladeshis do not return after entering India every year; those who enter unrecorded are many more in number," Indian High Commissioner Pinak Ranjan Chakravarty said. He said New Delhi could not brush aside the issue of illegal migrants because of security concerns in view of increase in terrorist attacks in the region in recent times. "We do have security concerns. We wish to know who is going and who is coming back," he told a joint business conference of FICCI and Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) here. Indian High Commission in Dhaka and two other missions in southeastern port city of Chittagong and northwestern Rajshahi issue some four lakh visas every year, official sources said. No comments from Bangladesh officials were available immediately on the envoy's remarks. Names of Bangladesh-based terrorist outfits like Harkat-ul-Jihad-al Islami (HuJI) have cropped up in several terror attacks in India in recent months. 25,000 Bangladeshis do not return from India every year: envoy this is really alarming ..