On the occasion of Bangabandhu’s birth centenary and the golden jubilee of Bangladesh’s independence, the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi thanked the Government of Bangladesh and the Foreign Minister for the perfect and excellent arrangements during his visit to Bangladesh.
The Prime Minister of India congratulated the Government of Bangladesh on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Independence and the birth centenary of Bangabandhu on 26 March. Indian Prime Minister Modi in a recent letter to Foreign Minister. Thanks to Momen.
In the letter, Narendra Modi mentioned that he was happy to discuss and exchange views with the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh during his visit.
It may be mentioned that the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi visited Bangladesh on March 26 and 27.
The decision on whether to extend the seven-day lockdown to prevent coronavirus infection will be taken next Thursday, said Cabinet Secretary Khandaker Anwarul Islam.
The cabinet secretary was responding to a question at a briefing of the cabinet meeting at the secretariat on Monday. A cabinet meeting has been held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. From the Ganobhaban, the Prime Minister and Ministers from the Cabinet Division in the Secretariat attended the meeting via video conference.
The next seven days of lockdown has started from 8 am on Monday as the infection of coronavirus (Covid-19) is increasing at an alarming rate. In this phase, the lockdown will continue till 12 noon on April 11.
Earlier, the Prime Minister’s Office was asked to run government offices with 50 per cent manpower as per the 16-point directive. But we can see in the lockdown that all the offices of the secretariat are open, ”he said. There will be as much as is needed to carry out the necessary work. ‘
“Let’s see what happens after seven days,” he said. We will review on Thursday InshaAllah. People have to co-operate. You are saying … if everyone wears a little mask and follows the hygiene rules, then it should not be a problem. ‘
Asked if the lockdown would be extended if the situation remained as it is now, Khandaker Anwarul Islam said, “Let’s see, we will sit on Thursday.”