PM Modi to host talks about India’s diplomatic ties with Bangladesh on his first overseas visit!

The Ministery of External Affairs mentioned that PM Modi is looking forward to offering prayers to Goddess Kali at the ancient Jashoreshwari Kali Temple.

In his first overseas visit since the onset of the Coronavirus Pandemic, PM Narendra Modi will visit Bangladesh on March 26-27. Announcing the details of his tour on Thursday, the PM informed that he is looking forward celebrate 50 years of Bangladesh’s War of Liberation, as well as India’s diplomatic ties with Bangladesh.

“As I leave for Bangladesh tomorrow, I look forward to remembering the life and ideals of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, and celebrate 50 years of Bangladesh’s War of Liberation, as well as our diplomatic ties,” the Prime Minister of India wrote in a tweet.

The Ministery of External Affairs mentioned he is looking forward to offering prayers to Goddess Kali at the ancient Jashoreshwari Kali Temple, one of the 51 Shaktipeeths in the Puranic tradition.

Furthermore, PM in another tweet emphasized that India’s partnership with Bangladesh is an important pillar of our Neighbourhood First policy, and we are committed to further deepen and diversify it.

“Our partnership with Bangladesh is an important pillar of our Neighbourhood First policy, and we are committed to further deepen and diversify it. We will continue to support Bangladesh’s remarkable development journey, under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s dynamic leadership,” PM Narendra Modi wrote in his recent tweet.

During his two-day visit, Modi will also attend the national day programme of Bangladesh on March 26 as the guest of honour. Besides holding bilateral talks with Hasina, Modi will also meet President Mohammad Abdul Hamid and foreign minister AK Abdul Momen, suggests the Ministery of External Affairs.

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