DHAKA (Agencies) - Leader of the Opposition in Bangladesh Parliament and Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) Chairperson Khaleda Zia, in a televised Press conference on Sunday, claimed that Prime Minister Sh Hasina had signed a secret security deal with New Delhi during her recent trip to India, reports bdnews24.com. She said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina brought nothing back from her recently-concluded tour of India and said the deals signed had amounted to a sell-out of Bangladeshs interests. The Opposition Leader dodged a query whether she, if elected again, would scrap the deals signed by Hasina. I havent seen the agreements, she said, prompting another question: So what are you objecting to. Khaleda replied: The joint communique has it all. Everything Bangladesh had to offer, it handed to India on this visit, Khaleda said at her Gulshan office, as senior party leaders, including BNP Secretary-General Khandaker Delwar Hossain, other standing and advisory committee members, sat in attendance behind her. Referring to reports of a section of the media, Khaleda also claimed the Prime Minister had also signed a security deal in secret with India. She kept mum on the deal during her Press conference suggesting that the reports are correct. She termed the joint statement released during the visit a communique of India and Awami League. Its not a statement of Bangladesh and India. Referring to Hasinas call to BNP to join parliament to discuss the outcome of the visit, Khaleda said there is no scope of discussing the matter in parliament since the deals are already signed. She said every citizen of the country is afraid of the outcome of the visit. Khaleda urged the people to unite and get prepared for a national movement to prevent the enforcement of the deals. Prime minister Sheikh Hasina just 24 hours before had strongly defended the outcome of her visit, tackling some of the criticisms that have been aired by the Opposition since her return, at a formal press briefing for the media and public, the first of its kind to be attended by scores of senior journalists and televised live from the Prime Ministers Office. Staged in the open at front of the Prime Ministers Office, Hasinas briefing saw a huge turnout by ruling party and alliance members in a show of support for the success of her India tour, which the opposition alliance has repeatedly called a total failure. The Prime Minister at the Press conference also urged the Opposition to return to parliament and place their criticisms in the House. The Prime Minister returned home on January 13 after a four-day visit to the neighbouring country. Bangladesh and India on Jan 11 signed three agreements on combating crime and two MoUs on power cooperation and cultural exchange, among other bilateral arrangements. Progress was made on connectivity, including corridors for Bangladesh to Bhutan and Nepal, use of Mongla and Chittagong ports by India and joint rail and other infrastructure projects with major Indian assistance. The use of ports by India has been one of the arrangements most criticised by the Opposition who see a threat to Bangladeshs sovereignty. Khaleda on Sunday contradicted Hasinas argument that Chittagong and Mongla ports were under-utilised and allowing India to use them would ensure full use of their capacity and bring enormous benefits.