Dhaka: Bangladesh's main opposition BNP chief and ex-Prime Minister Khaleda Zia on Friday said her party wanted all deals with India, including the proposed transit agreement, be made public to enhance mutual trust between the two countries.

"Discussions on outstanding bilateral issues, including transit, will remove the deficit of trust between the two neighbours," a party spokesman quoted Zia as saying, as External Affairs Minister S M Krishna called on her at the fag end of his three-day Bangladesh tour.

Briefing newsmen after the 35-minute Krishna-Zia talks, BNP Vice President and former Foreign Secretary Shamsher Mobin Chowdhury said Zia stressed on "continued dialogue" between the two countries on outstanding bilateral issues for mutual benefits.

Asked if the transit issue was discussed during the meeting, Chowdhury said it was not an issue which was discussed in details, but Zia told Krishna that any proposed deal, including transit agreement, should be made public.

Krishna, Mobin said, advised Zia to raise the issue with Bangladesh government for elaborate discussions. Transit through Bangladesh, for India in particular, remained contentious issue as BNP and its rightwing allies were opposed to the facility for "security and economic concerns."