India gives highest priority to friendship with Bangladesh: President Ram Nath Kovind

India and Bangladesh have the exceptional establishment of kinship manufactured during the freedom war 50 years prior, President Ram Nath Kovind said on Thursday as he reviewed the untold enduring of a huge number of individuals of Bangladesh incurred for them by an “severe system”, a clear reference to Pakistan which administered the region till its autonomy in 1971.

Tending to the Victory Day and Mujib Borsho festivities at the Bangladesh Parliament here, President Kovind said the 1971 Liberation War battle for opportunity has an exceptional spot in the hearts of each Indian.

“India has consistently appended the most elevated need to its fellowship with Bangladesh. We stay focused on doing everything we can, to assist with acknowledging maximum capacity of our companionship,” said Kovind.

Kovind is the main unfamiliar head of state to go to the brilliant celebration Victory Day march in Dhaka as the “Visitor of Honor” alongside the top Bangladesh administration drove by President M Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheik Hasina.

Read Also : Terror groups targeting India continue to operate from Pakistan : US report on terrorism

The dignitaries saw aerobatics and a tactical walk past that was joined by contingents from India, Russia and Bhutan. The US and Mexico sent military eyewitness bunches which likewise partook in the procession. Essentially, there was no notice of China in the remembrances.

Kovind saw the boisterous cheers as the 122-part tri-administrations unforeseen of the Indian Army walked past at the National Parade Ground in Dhaka. With Bangladesh giving a first class reception for him, Kovind in the evening went to the launch of a program named “The Greatest Hero of the Glorious Victory” at Bangladesh Jatiya Sangsad (Parliament) intricate as a component of birth century festivities of Sheik Mujibur Rahman.

Kovind introduced a reproduction of MIG-21 airplanes whose exact bombarding had hastened the acquiescence of Pakistan Army’s Lt Gen AAK Niazi to the Indian Army’s Lt Gen Jagjit Singh Arora.

Read Also : United fight by Indians led to 1971 victory : Rahul Gandhi


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *