OnushondhanNews Desk :
Bangladesh-India friend from birth; Said the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. He said this while addressing the closing ceremony of the golden jubilee of independence at the National Parade Ground on Friday.
The Prime Minister of India said Bangladesh-India relations have become stronger in these 50 years. The relationship between the two countries will never be lost. He also mentioned that the two countries should work together for the development of the region.
“We have strong democracies for the two countries to move forward,” he said. There is still the same danger as in 71. The forces that planned and shaped such inhumane events are still active. We must be wary of them and be organized to deal with them. We both have the strength of democracy, the clear vision to move forward. The joint progress of India and Bangladesh is equally important for the development of this entire region.
Modi said that during the war of liberation, the Pakistani army was being tortured like in Bangladesh. The Indians, on the other hand, were not at peace. Images of heinous crimes and atrocities committed by the Pakistani army disturbed us and kept us awake night after night.
“We will not forget those who brought Bengal’s independence in exchange for a sea of blood,” he said, singing Govinda Haldar’s song. The efforts and noble role of the then Prime Minister of India Smt. Indira Gandhi in the war of liberation is well known.
Highlighting the contribution of Bihari Vajpayee, he said that at the same time, on December 6, 1971, Atal Bihari Vajpayee said, “We are not only fighting the self-sacrificing people in the liberation struggle, but we are also trying to give a new direction to history.” Today Bangladesh
Along with the freedom fighters, the Indian soldiers are also shedding their blood. This blood will create a new bond that will not be broken under any circumstances, nor will it fall victim to any diplomacy. ” Our former President Pranab Mukherjee called Bangabandhu an indefatigable statesman.
Narendra Modi said that an authoritarian government was massacring its citizens. Their language, their voices, and their identities were being crushed. The world has not been as vocal as it should have been about the brutality, oppression, and tyranny of Operation Searchlight.
The Prime Minister of India also said that Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was a beacon of hope for the liberation struggle of the whole of India.
He said Bangabandhu’s courage and his leadership had ensured that no force could hold Bangladesh hostage. Bangabandhu declared- “This time the struggle is for our liberation, this time the struggle is for freedom. Under his leadership, the common people, peasants, youth, teachers, and workers all formed the Mukti Bahini. So today is also an ideal day to remember Mujibvarsha, Bangabandhu’s dream, his ideals, and his courage. Today is the time to remember the “eternal rebel” and the spirit of the liberation war.
At this time, Narendra Modi announced the launch of ‘scholarships’ for Bangladeshi students on the golden jubilee of the Bangladesh-India friendship.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in Dhaka on a two-day visit to mark the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the golden jubilee of independence. A special plane carrying Narendra Modi arrived at Dhaka’s Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport around 10:30 am on Friday (March 26). This is the first foreign visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi since the onset of the Corona epidemic.
Modi went to the National Memorial from the airport to pay homage to the heroic martyrs. After paying homage to the heroic martyrs of the great liberation war, Narendra Modi went to Hotel Pan Pacific Sonargaon. There he had a meeting with Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen at around 3.30 pm. Later, Modi joined the Golden Jubilee and National Day celebrations at 4.20 pm.
In the evening Modi will go to Bangabandhu International Conference Center. He will inaugurate the Bangabandhu Museum there. Modi will then attend a dinner at the invitation of the Prime Minister.