Bangladeshi authorities say more than 30,000 people were killed in the deadly attacks on the country’s capital, Dhaka, and a dozen others in the southern Indian state of Kerala.
The tolls, which are still being tallied, include more than 2,500 people who were killed at the countrys central airport and more than 1,300 at the Bangladesh government headquarters in Dhaka.
More than 5,000 died in the attacks on Tuesday, while at least 5,400 were injured.
The authorities say the attack was the deadliest in Bangladesh’s history.
The death toll includes at least 1,200 people who died in a fire at a Dhaka police station, the state’s police chief told reporters, according to the AFP news agency.
The government also said at least 2,000 others were killed when an explosion tore through the parliament building and a military training centre in the coastal state of Mizoram.
The attacks came as Bangladesh was trying to deal with a surge in militant attacks and a spike in border clashes between security forces and militant groups.
Bangladesh is on the front lines of the ongoing conflict between India and Pakistan over the disputed border in the Indian Ocean.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has warned of “serious consequences” if the country continues to be drawn into the conflict, while Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has warned Bangladesh will face “the consequences of the violence.”
India’s Foreign Ministry condemned the attacks in a statement on Tuesday and said India is providing the country with full support.
“Bangladeshi officials have assured that India is fully committed to ensuring security in Bangladesh, as the international community will continue to do so,” the statement said.
India and Pakistan have fought a war over the border since 1962.
India has been conducting its own operations along the Line of Control, while Pakistan has been backing the Bangladesh government.