India, Bangladesh want to see stability, love, peace in world instead of instability, terror, unrest: PM Modi

India and Bangladesh want to see stability, love and peace in the world instead of instability, terror, and unrest, says Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said, both India and Bangladesh want to see stability, love, and peace in the world instead of instability, terror, and unrest.
The Prime Minister was addressing Matua community at Orakandi in Bangladesh on the concluding day of his two-day visit to the neighbouring country.
Orakandi is the birthplace of the spiritual guru and founder of the Matua community Harichand Thakur.
Mr. Modi said, both nations want to see the world progressing through their own progress.
The Prime Minister said, during the Corona pandemic, India and Bangladesh have proven their capabilities.
Today both nations are facing this pandemic strongly and fighting it together. Mr. Modi said, India considers it its duty that Made in India vaccine reaches the citizens of Bangladesh.


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