In Dhaka PM Modi talks of shared heritage common challenges
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As he paid glowing tributes to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in Dhaka, PM Modi on Friday mentioned the 2 nations had not simply descended from shared heritage and have been advancing in direction of shared improvement and alternatives but additionally confronted widespread challenges like terror.
The sense of shared issues and synergy in targets and challenges was reciprocated by Bangladeshi PM Sheikh Hasina, who mentioned, “India is not only our next door neighbour, we have a historical, social, cultural heritage and geographical rapport. The people and government of India were immensely involved in the evolution process of Bangladesh during our liberation war in 1971.”
Modi’s speech on the “historic” go to to mark 50 years of Bangladesh’s struggle of liberation was vital as he slammed Pakistan for the atrocities by its military, talked about Indira Gandhi’s contribution to the liberation and likewise sought to make a private reference to the identical by “proudly” reminding the folks of Bangladesh that he had participated of their freedom battle by doing a satyagraha and courting arrest at a younger age.

Modi mentioned he had been traumatised by the actions of the Pakistan military which had dedicated genocide of its personal folks. He additionally hailed the contribution of the Indian Army to Bangladesh’s struggle of liberation. In her speech, Hasina spoke at size on Pakistani brutalities in opposition to the folks of Bangladesh in the course of the battle for liberation.
In an indirect reference to Pakistan, Modi mentioned the form of forces and mindset that gave impact to such inhuman acts have been nonetheless energetic. “We want to stay alert and united to combat them,” the PM mentioned. He quoted late Atal Bihari Vajpayee to say that the blood of Bangladeshi and Indian troopers ran collectively and would stand the check of any artful diplomacy.
Recalling Pakistan’s Operation Searchlight brutalities, Modi mentioned the world had not mentioned the problem sufficient. “In the center of all this, Bangabandhu was like a ray of hope for folks right here and for us Indians. His braveness and management meant that no nation may enslave Bangladesh,” he mentioned, carrying what’s domestically referred to as a ‘Mujib jacket’.

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