During this visit, PM Modi will also hold delegation level talks with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Sources said that Hasina will receive Modi at Hazrat Shah Jalal International Airport in Dhaka on Friday morning. There he will be given a guard of honor.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day visit to Bangladesh begins today. During this time, he will take part in various programs. PM Modi will reach Dhaka at 10 am. In the evening, he will attend grand events to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Bangladesh’s independence and the birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. This is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first international visit after the Corona virus epidemic.
During this visit, on 26 and 27 March, PM Modi will also visit many temples in Bangladesh. Earlier, two temples located in the south-west of the place have been decorated. When the first phase of the Vidhan Sabha elections will be voting on March 27 in West Bengal, at that time PM Modi will be offering prayers in the temple of Matua Samaj of Bangladesh. PMO has given information about this trip by tweeting.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday that he will have ‘in-depth discussion’ on various issues with his counterpart Sheikh Hasina during his two-day visit to Bangladesh. At the same time, he expressed happiness that after the onset of the covid-19 epidemic last year, his first foreign trip is taking place from a neighboring friend country with which India has deep ties. Modi said that he will visit Bangladesh on March 26-27 at the invitation of the Prime Minister of Bangladesh. He said that he is waiting to participate in the National Day celebrations of Bangladesh. In a statement issued before leaving Bangladesh, the Prime Minister said, “I am happy that this is my first foreign trip to a neighboring friend country after the start of the covid-19 epidemic, with which India’s cultural, linguistic and both countries People have deep connections among people. Special events are taking place in Bangladesh on the occasion of the completion of 50 years of the freedom struggle of Bangladesh and the birth centenary of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The Prime Minister is the chief guest at the National Day Parade on 26th. This tour is being emphasized on the shared history of the two countries. PM Modi will visit the Shaheed Memorial on this tour and will also inaugurate the Bangabandhu-Bapu Museum. There will also be further delegation level talks between the leaders of the two countries. Issues ranging from health to start ups, and Teesta will also be discussed.