Purpose Of Civil Nuclear Agreement
An important first for India was the signing of a tripartite agreement with Russia and Bangladesh on cooperation at the Rooppur nuclear power plant in Bangladesh.  The pioneering agreement was signed in March 2018 and reported a postponement of India`s acceptance into the global nuclear community as a responsible nuclear power. NPCIL is India`s leading authority that assists in the construction, installation and capacity building, and supports Russia, which will lead the design, manufacture and supply of equipment and construction of the facility.  October 4, 2008: Foreign Minister Rice visits Delhi. India and the United States are not in a position to conclude the nuclear agreement with New Delhi and insist that they will not do so until President Bush enshrines it in a law, an opportunity where he expects some concerns to be lifted. After the State Department presented Congress with a proposed 123-agreement, the current U.S. law allows Congress to review the agreement for 90 days of uninterrupted session. If Congress does not pass a resolution to reject the agreement during this period, the agreement may enter into force. In recent years, non-proliferation experts have recommended strengthening Congress` control over nuclear cooperation agreements to better protect against the proliferation of nuclear weapons. The Department of Foreign Affairs is leading Agreement 123 by presenting to Congress a declaration assessing nuclear proliferation, which explains how the proposed agreement will meet these necessary non-proliferation criteria. The civil nuclear agreement between the United States has drawn strong opposition from some political parties and activists in India. Although many established political parties, including the Congress (I), supported the agreement with regional parties such as Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and Rashtriya Janata Dal, its implementation has struggled in the face of harsh political opposition in India.
In November 2007, former Indian military leaders, bureaucrats and scientists also wrote a letter to MPs expressing their support for the agreement.  However, opposition and criticism continued at the political level. The Samajwadi party (SP), which opposed the agreement with the Left Front, changed its position after meeting former Indian president and scientist Dr. A.