The President of India left Dhaka

The President of India left Dhaka

He flew from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport to India on a special flight at noon on Friday (December 16).

Earlier, President Ramnath Kobind inaugurated the renovated section of Ramna Kali Mandir in Dhaka. He then took part in the family prayers at the temple. Apart from Indian High Commission officials, various Bangladeshi officials were also present.

The temple was massacred on March 26, 1971. The Ramna temple was destroyed by the Pakistani invaders. That part has been renovated with a grant of Rs. 7 crore from the Government of India. Devotees and the main temple have also been rebuilt.

President Kobind arrived in Dhaka on Wednesday (December 15) morning on a three-day state visit with his wife and daughter to attend the Golden Jubilee of Independence and the closing ceremony of the Mujib Year.

He was welcomed at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka. Abdul Hamid and senior members of the cabinet.

On the afternoon of the first day of the visit, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina paid a courtesy call on him at Sonargaon Hotel.

After Kobinda Bangabhaban President. Abdul had a meeting with Hamid and attended a dinner. Besides, the President of India paid homage to the martyrs of the Liberation War at the National Memorial in Savar by helicopter after landing at the airport on the first day.

Returning from Savar, he paid homage to the memory of Bangabandhu at Dhanmondi No. 32 and visited the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum.

The next day, on Thursday morning, Kobind took part in the Victory Day parade at the National Parade Ground in Sher-e-Bangla Nagar. In the afternoon, he took part in the celebrations of the golden jubilee of independence and the birth centenary of Bangabandhu at the South Plaza of the Jatiya Sangsad.

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