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Army chief M.M. Narvane on Bangladesh tour.

The tour is said to pay tribute for Bangladesh freedom fighters.
Army chief M.M. Narvane on Bangladesh tour.
The 5 days tour will ensure a step towards strong bonding between both nations.

Head of Army Staff General MM Naravane on Thursday left for Bangladesh on a five-day visit to additionally grow collaboration and coordination between the two nations on a large group of key issues. 

The visit comes under about fourteen days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a trip to the adjoining country. 

On Thursday, General Naravane will pay recognitions for the fallen saints of Bangladesh freedom war and it will be trailed by a one-on-one gatherings with the three assistance bosses, authorities said. 

The Army boss will likewise cooperate with Bangladesh's unfamiliar priest on April 11. 

"This visit from April 8 to 12 will additionally develop the respective connections between the two armed forces and go about as an impetus for closer coordination and participation between the two nations on a large group of key issues," Army Spokesperson Colonel Aman Anand said. 

The year 2021 imprints the 50th commemoration of the freedom of Bangladesh and the birth centennial of Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman. 

In impression of close ties, India is likewise facilitating various occasions to check the 50th commemoration of the 1971 conflict that prompted freedom of Bangladesh. 

Around 93,000 Pakistani soldiers had given up before the joint powers of the Indian Army and the "Mukti Bahini" on December 16, 1971 that cleared route for the introduction of Bangladesh. 


Colonel Anand said General Naravane is additionally booked to interface with the power leaders of the UN peacekeeping missions and the vice president activities official of the Royal Bhutanese Army on April 12. 

He will likewise go to the end service of activity 'Shantir Ogrosena', a multilateral UN-commanded counter-illegal intimidation practice from April 4 to 12. 

Other than multitudes of Bangladesh and India, the activity is being taken part by Bhutan and Sri Lanka alongside onlookers from the US, the UK, Turkey and Saudi Arabia. 

The Chief of the Army Staff is likewise planned to communicate with the individuals from the Bangladesh Institute of Peace Support and Training Operations (BIPSOT), the Army representative said. 

He said General Naravane will likewise go to a workshop on UN harmony support tasks and convey a feature address on 'changing nature of worldwide struggles: job of UN peacekeepers'. 

The Army boss is likewise planned to visit the Mujibur Rahman dedication historical center in Dhanmondi where he will pay recognitions for the establishing father of that country.

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