PM Modi to visit Bangladesh, May affect Bengal election

New Delhi, 5/3 (AO Bureau) Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going on a foreign trip after about 1 year. PM’s first foreign trip to Bangladesh since the Corona transition period began. The Prime Minister will be in Bangladesh on the day of voting in West Bengal and Assam. The electoral meanings of this foreign trip of PM Modi are also being extracted.

The Prime Minister will reach Bangladesh on 26 and 27 March when the neighboring country will celebrate the completion of 50 years of independence. India has tried to further strengthen the relationship between the two countries by providing the vaccine to Bangladesh during the Corona period. According to information received from the sources, PM Modi will visit the birthplace and pilgrimage center of the religious leader of the Matua community, Harichandra Thakur.

It is believed that PM can also visit religious places like Sugandha Shaktipeeth and Orkandi temple in this tour. This visit of PM is also being seen by linking it with Bengal and Assam elections. Elections will be held on 30 March in Bengal and 47 seats in Assam.

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