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Prime Minister Narendra Modi also wrote a letter to his Bangladeshi counterpart wishing her on her birthday

It was the birthday of Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday. On that occasion, the Indian High Commissioner for Bangladesh, Riva Ganguly Das, presented her with a birthday note on behalf of Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with rare recordings of her father Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's visit to India in 1972. "Please take my heart's wishes and wishes Congratulations on your birthday ... Your visionary leadership (Ms. Hasina) has brought immense social and economic change to Bangladesh, and your contributions to our bilateral relations have also been extremely impressive, "said PM Modi's letter. "HC Smt. Riva Ganguly Das (@rivagdas) made a farewell visit to Hon'ble PM today from #Bangladesh, HE Sheikh Hasina. She presented a letter from the Prime Minister of Hon'ble, HE Shri Narendra Modi, to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, who welcomed her on her birthday, and also presented him with a bouquet of flowers, ”tweeted the official representative of the Indian High Commission in Bangladesh.

HC presented rare footage of #Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in India in 1972. Hon'ble PM #SheikhHasina thanked the outgoing HC for their contribution to strengthening relations with #IndiaBangladesh and wished them all the best for their next assignment as Secretary (East) @meaindia. 3/3

- India in Bangladesh (@ihcdhaka) September 27, 2020
“HC presented rare footage of #Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1972 in India. Hon'ble PM #SheikhHasina thanked the outgoing HC for their contribution to strengthening relations with #IndiaBangladesh and wished her all the best for her next term as Secretary (East), ”the tweet continued. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman visited India in March 1972, immediately after Bangladesh gained independence, when he went to war with Pakistan in 1971. The year 2021 will be marked as the golden anniversary year of relations between India and Bangladesh. The friendship between the two sides has only grown stronger in recent years through cooperation in new and technological areas. As part of its Neighborhood First Policy, India gives Bangladesh a high priority as a friendly neighbor and hopes to build relationships in areas of mutual interest. “HC reaffirmed the importance of #Bangladesh in our #NeighborhoodFirst policy and noted progress in relations with #IndiaBangladesh under PM Modi & PM Hasina. The celebrations for the golden anniversary of the war of liberation and the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations next year were also discussed, ”read another tweet from the HC of India in Bangladesh. On the same day, the HC of India in Bangladesh, Riva Das Ganguly, said goodbye to the Bangladeshi President Abdul Hamid in Bangabhaban. "HC Smt. Riva Ganguly Das said goodbye to the Hon'ble President of Bangladesh, HE Abdul Hamid, in Bangabhaban on September 27th. HC said India is looking forward to celebrating the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations and the 50th anniversary of the war of liberation in 2021, ”the official HC of India representative in Bangladesh tweeted.

Hon'ble President fondly remembered his visits to India and said the two countries should use more opportunities for deeper cooperation and that the #IndiaBangladesh relationship can only continue to strengthen. Hon'ble President wished her all the best as she headed for her next stint @meaindia 3/3

- India in Bangladesh (@ihcdhaka) September 27, 2020
She noted that India and Bangladesh have a warm relationship and she was fortunate enough to serve twice in Bangladesh and witness the remarkable growth of the country. “HC said India is very keen on its relationship with #IndiaBangladesh and that India's #ActEast policy starts with #Bangladesh. She valued Bangladesh's economic development and was fortunate to serve here twice and witness its remarkable growth, ”the tweet reads. The Indian High Commission added that the President of Bangladesh had offered her best wishes for her future endeavors. "The President fondly remembered his visits to India and said the two countries should use more opportunities for deeper cooperation and that India-Bangladesh relations can only be further strengthened. The Hon'ble President wished her all the best if she did on her next stay, "said another tweet reading.