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Indian High Commission hosts iftar

Update : 20 Mar 2024, 09:56

Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Pranay Verma has underlined the deep bonds of friendship and cooperation between Bangladesh and India, and reaffirmed commitment to further enrich the special and multifaceted ties — rooted in the shared sacrifices of 1971.

Speaking at an Iftar-event, he highlighted the significance of Iftar in promoting the spirit of brotherhood and humanity. 

The Indian High Commission in Dhaka hosted the Iftar on March 19.

The event was attended by over 400 distinguished guests from all walks of life including the government, legislature, judiciary, political parties, armed forces, civil society, academia, business, media and culture.

The High Commissioner noted that the Iftar gathering also symbolised the deep people-to-people ties that form the very foundation of India-Bangladesh relations.

Speaker of Bangladesh Parliament, Dr. Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, graced the occasion as the chief guest. Religious Affairs Minister Md. Faridul Haque Khan was the guest of honour.

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