Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to Dhaka next week to participate in events to mark the Golden Jubilee of the independence of Bangladesh and the birth centenary of founder Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. During this time, three agreements can be signed between the two countries. This is Modi's first foreign trip amid the Corona crisis.
He will reach Dhaka on 26 March and return home the next day. Let us know that the Presidents of Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and the Maldives, including PM Modi, will attend a separate function to be held during this period. Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said about the ten-day ceremony, "This is a historic event for Bangladesh, as never before have heads of five countries come here in a ten-day time frame.
Momen said, "The present time is not very favorable, yet the heads of the neighboring countries and the government representatives there are coming here to pay tribute to our Father of the Nation". During his visit to Dhaka, Modi will not only talk to his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina but he will also visit three places around Dhaka.