What PM has achieved on his visits abroad

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said he was “happy” that his first overseas visit since the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak will be a “friendly” neighbor to Bangladesh ahead of his two-day tour from March 26th.
In his farewell declaration, Prime Minister Narendra said he would have "substantive discussions" with his Bangladeshi counterpart, Sheikh Hasina | and added that he looks forward to participating in the national day celebrations in Bangladesh on Friday.
"I am delighted that my first visit abroad after the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic will take place in our friendly neighboring country, with which India has deep cultural, linguistic and human relationships," said the Prime Minister.
He looks forward to attending the National Day celebrations on March 26th, which will also commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Father of the Nation of Bangladesh, Bangabandhu Sheikh, Mujibur Rahman.
“Bangabandhu was one of the greatest leaders of the last century whose lives and ideals continue to inspire millions. I look forward to visiting Bangabandhus Samadhi in Tungipara to pay my respects to his memory, ”he said.
He said he was also looking forward to saying prayers to the goddess Kali in the ancient Jashoreshwari Kali Temple, one of the 51 Shaktipeeths in the Puranic tradition.
“I particularly look forward to interacting with representatives of the Matua community in Orakandi, from where Sri Sri Harichandra Thakur ji spread his pious message,” he said.
He said his visit will be an opportunity to convey appreciation for Bangladesh's “remarkable economic and development progress” under the visionary leadership of Sheikh Hasina.
He said the visit will also reaffirm India's continued support for these achievements.
"I will also express India's support and solidarity for Bangladesh's fight against Covid-19," he said.