Prime Minister Narendra Modi held delegation-level talks with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday. Many agreements between the two countries have been sealed in this negotiation. According to news agency ANI, MoUs were exchanged between India and Bangladesh in Dhaka in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina. Prime Minister Modi left Dhaka for New Delhi on Saturday evening ending his two-day visit.
After the meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as a dose of 1.2 million Covid-19 vaccine on behalf of India. PM Narendra Modi also handed over 109 life saving ambulances to PM Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh.
Exchange of Memorandums of Understanding between India and Bangladesh in Dhaka in presence of PM Narendra Modi and Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina.
The PM said, ‘Government of India will upgrade the girls’ middle school in Orakandi and a primary school will also be established here by the Government of India. This is a tribute to Harichand Thakur Ji on behalf of crores of people of India.
Prime Minister Modi said, my visit to Orkandi Thakurbari is an experience that I will remember for a lifetime. It is a very sacred place, closely connected with the Matua community.
Also the two leaders discussed a wide range of issues of bilateral and mutual interest. The two leaders are expected to make new announcements in the areas of culture, preservation of the spirit of 1971, cooperation in the areas of health, railways, education, border development, energy cooperation and start-ups.
Modi’s visits relate to the birth centenary of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, marking fifty years of establishing diplomatic relations between India and Bangladesh, and fifty years of the Bangladesh Liberation War. Modi, who arrived here on Friday, took part in the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the country’s independence and the birth centenary celebrations of ‘Bangabandhu’ in Dhaka.