Prime minister’s adviser on international affairs Gowher Rizvi has said that the relationship between Bangladesh and India will always maintain good in spite of assuming the power by any political party.
‘Relations between Bangladesh and India will be more strengthened in the coming days,’ Rizvi told journalists on Wednesday after distributing the Ashutosh Chakraborty Memorial Scholarship at Syed Sirajul Islam Auditorium at Sarail in Brahmanbaria.
Gowher Rizvi attended the scholarship distribution ceremony as the chief guest while PM’s special assistant Barrister Shah Ali Farhad was present as the guest of honour.
While drawing attention to the possible Indo-Bangla relation after India’s ongoing Loksabha polls, Gowher Rizvi said, ‘Election in India is completely India’s internal affair. Ties of Bangladesh and India will remain warm after the polls no matter which party comes to power.’
‘Our relation actually depends on the ties between the people and governments of the two countries. New government of India will certainly come to power with people’s mandate,’ he said.
Director of FBCCI Priti Chakraborti presided over the function while lawmaker Umme Fatema Nazma Begum and deputy commissioner Hayat-Ud-Dowla Khan attended the function as special guests.
A total of 65 students from ten high schools got stipend and five underprivileged students of the upazila were given financial assistance at the function.
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