The Border Security Force (BSF) has been put on high alert along the India-Bangladesh border following the two blasts in Sylhet.
BSF Inspector General, Meghalaya frontier P K Dubey confirmed the matter on Sunday, reports the Times of India.
He said: "Our troopers are on high alert along the India-Bangladesh after a series of blasts in Bangladesh.
"We are not taking any chances with such activities and all necessary measures have been taken to prevent perpetrators from entering our side of the border."
He also said BSF officials have shared intelligence inputs with Meghalaya Police following the explosions.
Six people, including two cops, were killed and more than 50 injured in the blasts on Saturday.