Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on a go to to Bangladesh, congratulated the nation on Friday for its fiftieth 12 months of Independence and stated one of many first protests of his political profession was for the liberty of the neighbouring nation.
“The freedom struggle of Bangladesh was a significant moment in my journey too… My colleagues and I had done a satyagraha in India… I was in my early twenties. I even had the opportunity to go to jail during this satyagraha for Bangladesh’s struggle for freedom,” he stated.
“We will never ever forget the sacrifice the soldiers of this great nation have made and also those by Indians who stood beside the soldiers of Bangladesh… we have not forgotten their bravery and courage…. we will never forget it,” he stated.
PM Modi attended Bangladesh’s National Day ceremony together with his counterpart Sheikh Hasina on the National Parade Ground in Dhaka.
“This is one of the most memorable days of my life. I am grateful that Bangladesh has included me in this event,” he stated.
Earlier, PM Modi and Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen held talks within the Bangladesh capital. Prime Minister Modi is within the neighbouring nation on a two-day go to which started right this moment.
PM Modi met with a number of group leaders, together with representatives of minorities in Bangladesh, ‘mukhtijoddhas’ or freedom fighters, buddies of India and youth icons, in line with the Ministry of External Affairs.
Two distinguished artists from West Bengal have been invited by Dhaka to carry out for the celebration of fiftieth 12 months of the independence of Bangladesh.
Marking the 50-year-old diplomatic ties with India, the Bangladesh authorities invited New Delhi to participate within the celebration of the Golden Jubilee of its independence.
Bangladesh can be celebrating the delivery centenary of Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.