Bangladesh does not see anyone as a minority: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

 

Bangladesh does not see anyone as a minority: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has told visiting Indian President Ramnath Kobind in Dhaka that Bangladesh does not see anyone as a minority, all citizens have equal rights here. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina also told Indian President Ram Nath Kobind that peace was prevailing in the region as Bangladesh and India were working together.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina paid a courtesy call on the visiting Indian President at Sonargaon Hotel in the capital on Wednesday afternoon. The meeting between the Prime Minister and the President of India started at 4.30 pm as per the pre-arranged schedule.

She thanked Ram Nath Kobind for visiting Bangladesh at that time.The Prime Minister stressed on the need for the two countries to work together to alleviate poverty in the region.

Earlier, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen called on the President of India.

President of India Ram Nath Kobind is on a three-day visit to Dhaka. After reaching Dhaka, he paid homage to the martyrs of the Liberation War at the National Memorial in Savar.  Later, Dhanmondi No. 32 paid homage to the portrait of Bangabandhu.

Later, he planted a sapling there and signed the visitor's book. Earlier, he arrived in Dhaka on a three-day state visit at 11:15 pm.

President of India Ram Nath Kobind visits Bangladesh at the invitation of President Mohammad Abdul Hamid on the occasion of Golden Jubilee of Victory, Closing Ceremony of Mujib Year and 50th Anniversary of Bangladesh-India Relations.

At the airport, the President welcomed the President of India and his wife Sabita Kobind.  Abdul Hamid and his wife Rashida Khanam.

Ramnath Kobind was greeted with 21 rounds of artillery fire at the airport's VVIP terminal.  Later, he was given the Guard of Honor by a well-equipped contingent of three forces.  A red carpet reception was also given.

Later, the President of India paid homage to the heroic martyrs of the great war of liberation at the National Memorial in Savar. She later planted saplings there and signed a visitor's book.

This is Ram Nath Kobind's first visit to Bangladesh since taking over as President of India.  The President of India will return to Delhi on Friday after visiting the Ramna Kali Temple.

The President of India Ram Nath Kobind thinks that the ideal of the martyred freedom fighters will be the path of the future.  He wrote such a thing in the visitor's book at Savar National Memorial.

Ram Nath Kobind mentioned that the National Memorial stands as a symbol of respect and unity of the people of Bangladesh against oppression and persecution.  He expressed his respect for the heroic martyrs by appearing there.

The President of India paid his respects to all the men and women who were martyred in this struggle of the country, including the freedom fighters who formed resistance under the leadership of Bangabandhu and the self-sacrificing freedom fighters.

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