PM Narendra Modi to visit Dhaka to attend Bangladesh’s 50th anniversary celebrations next year: Modi to attend Dhaka to celebrate Bangladesh’s 50th anniversary celebrations next yearOn December 17, 2020 by admin
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit Bangladesh in March next year
- PM Modi to attend celebrations to mark 50th anniversary of India-Bangladesh diplomatic relations
- PM Modi tweeted – Next year I am looking forward to going to Dhaka to pay tribute to the life and ideals of Bangabandhu
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Bangladesh in March next year and attend the celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of the independence of the neighborhood and India-Bangladesh diplomatic relations. After the bilateral summit between India and Bangladesh, Modi tweeted, “Next year, India and Bangladesh will jointly celebrate the year of Mujib and the 50th anniversary of the establishment of our diplomatic relations. I pay tribute to the life and ideals of Bangabandhu Looking forward to going to Dhaka. ”
PM Modi said, “It was an honor to review our diverse relations with Bangladesh during today’s virtual summit with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. We have unveiled a stamp in honor of Bangabandhu and the Bangabandhu-Bapu Museum and Chilhati-Haldibari Rail Link is inaugurated. “
Thanks to Modi for accepting the invitation: Hasina
According to a joint statement released after the conference, Hasina thanked Modi for accepting the invitation to visit her country in March 2021, the 50th anniversary celebration of Bangladesh’s independence and the 50th year of India-Bangladesh diplomatic relations.
At the same time, Prime Minister Modi said, “Thank you for inviting me to come to Bangladesh next year. It is a matter of pride for me to pay tribute to Bangabandhu with you.”
Agreement reached between the two countries
Under the agreement between the two countries, a memorandum of understanding was signed for cooperation in the agricultural sector. Apart from this, an MoU was also signed between Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Memorial in Dhaka and National Museum, New Delhi. Also, an agreement was signed in the context of India Bangladesh CEO Forum. Modi and Hasina jointly inaugurated a digital exhibition on Bangladesh’s founders Mujibur Rahman and Mahatma Gandhi.
Bangladesh is a major pillar of our ‘Neighborhood First’ policy: PM Modi
Speaking on the occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Bangladesh is a major pillar of our ‘Neighborhood First’ policy. Strengthening and deepening relations with Bangladesh has been a special priority for me since day one.” On this occasion, Hasina said that Bangladesh’s relations with India are ‘milestones’ and it is also marking the 50th year since the bilateral relations were established. He said, “Yesterday (Wednesday) Bangladesh celebrated 50 years of its independence. Bangladesh and India have entered the 50th year of their diplomatic relations.”
Pay tribute to all the martyrs of the liberation war: PM Hasina
The Bangladesh Prime Minister said in the context of the liberation war that she pays tribute to all those martyrs who sacrificed their lives. She also salutes the members of the Indian Armed Forces and their family members. She said that she also expressed gratitude to the Government of India and the people there, who fully supported our nation.
Significantly, this war started in the then East Pakistan on 25 March 1971 following the raid of Pakistani army and ended on 16 December 1971. Pakistan had accepted defeat and surrendered to the Indian Army.
Bapu and Bangabandhu exhibition will inspire our youth: PM Modi
Modi said, “It is a matter of pride for me that today I am getting the opportunity to release a stamp in honor of Bangabandhu, and inaugurate a digital exhibition on Bapu and Bangabandhu. I hope Bapu And Bangabandhu’s exhibition will inspire our youth, special section has also been dedicated to Kasturba Gandhi ji and revered Bangmata ji ”.
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