Prime Minister Narendra Modi's go to to Bangladesh canceled attributable to Corona

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi. Many occasions are being canceled because of the lethal corona virus spreading from China to the world and Bangladesh has additionally canceled the centenary celebrations of Sheikh Mujib ur Rehman's delivery anniversary. This week, Speaker of the Bangladeshi Parliament, Shirin Sharmin Chaudhary, canceled her go to to India. She was to steer an 18-member delegation on the invitation of Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla.

PM Modi was going to Bangladesh on March 17 however attributable to Corona, the tour needed to be canceled. Kamal Abdul Chaudhary, Chairman of the Celebration Committee, knowledgeable in regards to the cancellation of this resolution of the Government of Bangladesh. On Sunday, three folks in Bangladesh have been discovered optimistic within the Corona Test, who had not too long ago returned from Italy. <! –

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Regarding this, Chaudhary mentioned, 'We have redesigned this occasion. It might be a year-long program, however in the interim we’ve to keep away from crowds of individuals. We will carry out this system all year long and veteran celebrities from overseas can be part of them.

He additionally mentioned that in view of the well being incidents associated to Kovid-19, the scope of this delivery centenary celebrations is presently being lowered. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the ceremony with none public assembly.

Modi was invited by Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina to attend the centenary celebrations of the neighboring nation's founder Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is also referred to as 'Father of Bangladesh'.

In Brussels this month, PM Modi was going to attend the convention of the European Union, however attributable to Corona, he additionally needed to cancel. Meanwhile, other than them, many Union ministers and leaders can even not take part in Holi Milan applications. (Input – PTI)

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