Coronavirus has changed our lives completely. Since the lockdown has applied in the country there were various visits to the world which were stopped. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make his first visit to Friendly Bangladesh since Covid onsets. On Thursday the PM will hold substantive discussions with his Bangladeshi counterpart. This discussion will be held with Sheikh Hasina. It will be a two days visit to Bangladesh. The PM has expressed his feeling that how happy he is on his first foreign tour after COVID-19. As we all know India shares good relations with its neighbouring countries. Not only with neighboring countries with superpowers and other nations as well India seems to have strong relations.
Narendra Modi Visit Date
India’s Prime Minister will be visiting Bangladesh on March 26-27. He got the invitation from Prime Minister Hasina. However, PM is looking forward to his participation at the Bangladesh National Day celebrations on Friday. He even expressed this feeling and shares deep cultural, linguistic, and people to people ties. This shows India’s strong and commendable reactions to its neighboring countries. He also gave information about his visit to Bangabandhu’s Samadhi in Tungipara in order to pay respect to his memory. Mr. Narendra Modi will also offer prayers to Goddess Kali at the ancient Jashoreshwari Kali Temple. This is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths in the Puranic tradition.
Bangladesh National Day
Bangladesh National Day Celebrations will commence from Friday. This day will commemorate the birth centenary of the Father of the Nation of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. However, Bangabandhu was the tallest leader of the last century, whose life and ideas continue to inspire millions.
India and Bangladesh relations
India and Bangladesh both are some of the most amazing countries on their parts. Countries have amazing relations with each other. This was seen during a virtual summit held on December 17. During this summit, Mr. Narendra Modi has described Bangladesh as a key pillar of New Delhi’s Neighborhood First policy and Hasina has described India as a true friend of Bangladesh. At the global level, both countries play a major role in regional terms.