Published:  02:11 AM, 07 December 2021

'A lot more work to do in next fifty years'

'A lot more work to do in next fifty years' Parliament Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury along with others celebrates the 50 years of India-Bangladesh friendship at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in the capital on Monday. -AA
Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Vikram Doraiswami has said that Bangladesh and India will have to do a lot more work to further consolidate and drive forward the friendly and historic ties between the two countries. Vikram Doraiswami made this remark while speaking at the celebration of Bangladesh-India Friendship Day in the capital's Bangabandhu International Conference Center on Monday. Vikram Doraiswami stated that Bangladesh and India have done a great deal of good jobs reciprocally in the fields of diplomacy, politics, trade and commerce, development, culture, security and people to people bonds. It is essential to make sure that the future generations understand this history of fraternity and cooperation, Vikram Doraiswami added. Vikram Doraiswami said that Bangladesh's independence has totally changed the map of South Asia. It has changed the region's ideological map too, he further said. Bangladesh's struggle for liberation has brought about the victory of truth and justice over barbarism and repression, Vikram Doraiswami commented. The Bangladesh-India Friendship Day is being celebrated in another 18 cities across the world besides Dhaka and Delhi, he informed.

Vikram Doraiswami told the audiences that Bangladesh and India will celebrate the golden jubilee of the historic moment after ten days when Lieutenant General Niazi surrendered to Lieutenant General Lieutenant General Jagjit Singh Aurora and Air Vice Marshal AK Khandaker.

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