New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote to Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina on Friday sending greetings on the event of Eid ul Adha and assuring assist for the nation’s well being sector amidst COVID-19 pandemic.
Highlighting that the pageant of Eid ul Adha which can be celebrated in India reveals “deep historical and cultural links” between each the nations, PM mentioned, “We hope that this festival will further enhance the spirit of peace and tolerance in our respective societies and promote fraternal ties between our two countries.”
Lauding the steps taken by the Bangladesh authorities to cope with the COVID disaster, the PM mentioned he’s “confident that Bangladesh will tide over these challenging times”. He added that India stays “available to support your efforts in any way, including through capacity-building in the health sector”.
India in its second tranche of COVID-19 emergency medical provides to Bangladesh despatched 100,000 Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) medication tablets and 50,000 sterile surgical latex gloves. The first tranche consisted of 30,000 surgical masks and 15,000 head-cover.
Both leaders had spoken to one another on April 29 to debate the regional scenario within the wake of the pandemic.