Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, ‘India is our friend. When I come here, it makes me happy, especially as we always remember India’s contribution in the freedom struggle. We have a friendly relationship. We support each other.’
Today Tuesday (September 6) Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was given a guard of honor at the Rashtrapati Bhavan of India. Sheikh Hasina said these things to the journalists there.
Besides, the Prime Minister said in Hindi, ‘Ham Hamesha Avari Hoo Bharat Ki Oor. Hamara desh jaab swadhinta arjan kiya, liberation war hua, ihaki logone jeysa hamara sath thi, support ki, unka jitna contribution hai hamesha isko swagat karti hu. Hum really avery hu. Mere oar se bhartabasi ko hamara greetings, welcome.’
He said the words again in Bengali. The Prime Minister said, ‘I tried to speak in Hindi. Stayed here for 6 years, learned little by little. From there, I said that, on my behalf, I am again greeting the people of India, wishing them good luck. And at the same time, the way the people of India stood by us in 1971 and we got their support in every way, I sincerely thank everyone on behalf of Bangladesh, on behalf of the people of Bangladesh, on my behalf, on behalf of my family. Thank you very much everyone.’
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted Sheikh Hasina on her arrival at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi. At this time, Sheikh Hasina shook hands with Modi. Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar was also present.
A summit meeting between Sheikh Hasina and Narendra Modi will be held at the Rashtrapati Bhavan of India today. Sheikh Hasina will meet President Draupadi Murmu and Vice President Jagdeep Dhankar there.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed hope for fruitful talks between the two countries.