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PM Modi to begin his two-day visit to Bangladesh on 26 March »Rojgar Samachar




PM Modi will visit Bangladesh for a two-day visit on March 26, 2021, at the invitation of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

The two-day visit to Dhaka is in connection with the commemoration of three very important events, including the birth anniversary of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Mujib Borshoe. Among other events is the celebration of the completion of 50 years of Bangladesh liberation and the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two nations.

Prior to the visit, India awarded Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman the Gandhi Peace Prize, to reflect the strong ties between the two countries. The award was highly appreciated by the Government of Bangladesh. PM Modi last visited Bangladesh in 2015.

PM Modi’s visit to Bangladesh: what will be the schedule?

During his visit, PM Modi will attend the Bangladesh National Day celebrations on 26 March. He will deliver a speech at the National Parade Ground in Dhaka.

Prime Minister Modi will hold delegation talks as well as restricted talks with Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina.

He will pay homage at the National Martyr Memorial in Savar which is outside Dhaka.

PM Modi along with PM Sheikh Hasina will jointly inaugurate the Bangabandhu-Bapu exhibition.

During his visit, the Prime Minister will interact with diverse groups of politics and society in Bangladesh. It will consist of representatives of the main opposition and 14 party ruling coalitions in Parliament.

He will also meet youth icons, liberation war fighters and community leaders during the visit.

The Prime Minister will travel to different parts of Bangladesh during his visit. He will visit heritage sites in Orkandi and Satkhira in Bangladesh.

PM Modi will also be the first Prime Minister to visit Bangabandhu Samadhi, the birthplace of Sheikh Rahman in Gopalganj district.

Class of agreements signed during PM’s visit:

India’s Foreign Secretary, Harsh Vardhan Shringla has informed that during PM Modi’s visit to Bangladesh, the boundary of agreements in areas such as trade, disaster management and oceanography among others is expected to be signed.

He said that apart from the agreements, new announcements will also be made in the field of protection of 1971, culture, and cooperation in the health and power sectors.

PM Modi’s visit to Bangladesh will strengthen existing areas of cooperation and will also introduce new areas of cooperation. The visit will also be another milestone in bilateral relations between India and Bangladesh.

Cooperation between India and Bangladesh:

Security and defense have always been an important part of cooperation between India and Bangladesh. The two countries have also signed an agreement on defense cooperation.

Bangladesh was also given a $ 500 million credit line by the Indian government.

India has also given its commitment to complete the Teesta Agreement as soon as possible and will continue to do so until it is completed.

Both countries have regular training and capacity building exercises and joint military exercises.

India and Bangladesh have also maintained regular visits of the Chief of Army Staff.





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