from East Bengal. From there they would go to Pakistan. Ireland was eager to help reach a solution concerning India and Pakistan, the M.Ps. said.
Replying to a reporter's question, the M.Ps. said that from their discussions with the Prime Minister Mrs. Gandhi it appeared that the arrival of a large number of evacuees from East Bengal was a big problem for India. They said that they would try to raise a proposal for mediation during their expected meeting with the Pakistani President. During their three day stay in Calcutta, the M.Ps. arc scheduled to visit reception camps set up for the evacuees from Bangladesh in different parts of 24Parganas and Nadia.