Bangladesh, India partners in development: Riva




Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Riva Ganguly Das has said Bangladesh and India are partners in development and that the cooperation transcends mere transactions and is built on trust and mutual respect.
She also said that India looks forward to the joint commemorations of the 50th anniversary of the Liberation War and the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Bangladesh.
She made the remarks while addressing a webinar “Remembering Mahatma Gandhi” on Thursday organized by High Commission of India as part of the commemoration of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
October 2 would mark the finale of the two-year long commemoration of the 150th birth anniversary.
The seminar was attended by Member of Parliament – Noakhali, HM Ibrahim; President of Gandhi Ashram Trust, Bangladesh, Swadesh Roy; Chairman, Mahatma Gandhi Smarak Sadan, Syed Abul Maksud; Naba Kumar Raha, Director of Gandhi Ashram Trust, Noakhali; Prof. Aminul Islam, Gandhi Ashram, Atrai, Naogaon; Hilol Sarkar, Gandhi Ashram, Jamalpur and Md. Fazlul Haq of Gandhi Ashram, Dohar.
The High Commissioner said Gandhi Ashrams in Noakhali, Jamalpur, Atrai and Dohar are the torch bearers of the Gandhian principles in Bangladesh.

She paid tributes to both Mahatma Gandhi and Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
The High Commissioner said that she was pleased to speak with participants from all Gandhi Ashrams in Bangladesh on a common platform. She urged them to work together to preserve this shared history of India and Bangladesh and to build on this cherished bond of friendship.
HM. Ibrahim MP recollected how Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was inspired by the philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi.
Swadesh Roy highlighted that the Gandhian model of development based on rural development is especially important today, amidst a global pandemic.
Syed Abul Maksud said that it is extremely important that the young generation should know and understand the Gandhian ideology.

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