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Swearing-in: Sheikh Hasina will reach Delhi this evening, spoke to PM Modi

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Top leaders of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Mauritius and Seychelles will attend the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Official sources gave this information on Thursday. For this, Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina will reach New Delhi on Friday i.e. today evening. She is expected to stay in India till June 10. She spoke to PM Modi on phone on Thursday.

Developed India and Smart Bangladesh were also discussed

During this, both the leaders reiterated their resolve to strengthen bilateral relations and said that the goal of developed India by 2047 and smart Bangladesh by 2041 will be achieved together. Along with this, both the leaders acknowledged the significant improvements in the lives of the people of both the countries in the last decade and expressed their desire to further enhance the transformational relations in all areas, which include economic and development partnership, energy security, connectivity including digital connectivity and people-to-people contact etc.

These leaders will also reach

Along with this, sources say that apart from Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Maldives President Mohammad Muizzu, Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe, Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal ‘Dahal’ Prachanda and Bhutan Prime Minister Dasho Tshering Tobgay have confirmed their participation in the ceremony. This will be Muizzu’s first visit to India as President. Muizzu was invited amid tense relations between the two countries.

Muizzu, who is considered pro-China, had asked to withdraw Indian military personnel from his country as soon as he became president. Along with this, many of his cabinet colleagues had also commented against PM Modi. Muizzu wrote on social media, “Best wishes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP and BJP-led alliance for success in the 2024 general elections to form the government for the third consecutive time. I look forward to working together for the common interests and prosperity and stability of both the countries.” In response to Muizzu’s social media post, PM Modi wrote, “Thank you President Muizzu. Maldives is our valuable neighbor and partner. I too look forward to further strengthening the relationship between the two countries and increasing cooperation.”





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