PM Modi to attend 50th anniversary of Bangladesh independence
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NEW DELHI: In his first go to after the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic Prime Minister Narendra Modi will likely be chief visitor at Bangladesh’s celebrations for its 50th anniversary and 100th delivery anniversary of its founder Sheikh Mujibur Rehman.
Modi will land in Dhaka on March 26 and go to three different cities in Bangladesh earlier than he returns to India on the 27th.
He will go to Tungipara, the household village and residential of “Bangabandhu” Sheikh Mujibur Rehman; he’ll provide prayers on the Jessoreshwari Kali temple in Satkhira and on the Matua temple in Orakhandi (that is important symbolism because the BJP woos the Matua Dalits in West Bengal which matches to the polls on the 27th)
Briefing journalists, overseas secretary Harsh Shringla mentioned Bangladesh is India’s greatest growth accomplice on the planet, and as Shringla mentioned, India’s largest visa workplace.
The essential message from Modi’s go to is to reaffirm the excessive stage relationship with Bangladesh, and rejoice the 2 anniversaries with Bangladesh. People-to-people relations will get an enormous enhance. India and Bangladesh are anticipated to signal a few agreements throughout the go to — significantly on catastrophe administration and commerce.
India is more likely to announce new partnerships with Bangladesh on startups — the 2 international locations are exploring a startup conclave to incentivise startups and partnerships in each international locations. The PM can also be more likely to announce new initiatives in training and surroundings — specifically about assembly Paris commitments. Space, societal software of nuclear expertise and rising tech points are all more likely to be a part of India’s new strategy to Bangladesh.
India, Shringla mentioned, will take the Bapu-Bangabandhu digital exhibition to about 18 international locations, making the Mujib Barsho celebrations a world affair.
Meanwhile, India and Bangladesh are discussing the development of a 765-kV energy interconnection from Katihar in India by way of Parbotipur in Bangladesh to Bornagar which when constructed, will reinforce the interconnectivity of grids within the area. Last week, the MEA spokesperson tweeted, “Currently, India is supplying 1160 MW of power through the two existing interconnections at Baharampur (West Bengal)-Bheramara (Bangladesh) and Surajmaninagar (Tripura) – Comilla (Bangladesh),” he mentioned in a sequence of tweets.
India is establishing the 1320-MW Maitree Super Thermal Power Project at Rampal in Bangladesh, with Unit 1 anticipated to be commissioned later this 12 months and Unit 2 in 2022.
Earlier, Shringla advised the Ananta Aspen Centre that the PM’s go to was “an vital event. The prime minister is the one visitor so it will likely be he and prime minister Hasina who will conduct the proceedings that can mark these vital milestones within the historical past of our international locations.”


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