New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday offered petitions at the Jeshoreshwari Kali Temple wherein he appealed to God for mankind to dispose of COVID-19 as ahead of schedule as could be expected. “Today, I got the chance to visit this Shaktipeeth to pay regard to Maa Kali. I petitioned her to liberate mankind from COVID-19,” Prime Minister Modi said in the wake of offering supplications at the Kali Temple, situated in Ishwaripur, a town in Shyam Nagar, Upazila of Satkhira. It is one of the 51 Shakti Peeths, dispersed across India and adjoining nations.
Executive Modi recommended that the sanctuary, which has been revamped as of late by the Bangladesh government, could be utilized for social, strict and instructive occasions too.
“It very well may be valuable in any event, for social, strict and instructive occasions. Above all, it could fill in as an asylum at the hour of fiascos like twisters. The public authority of India will help in the development work. I offer thanks to the Bangladesh government that they have wished us well for this,” said the executive.
“At whatever point the Maa Kaali Mela is held here, countless enthusiasts come from across the line (India) and here. A people group corridor is required which ought to be multi-reason with the goal that when individuals come here during Kaali puja, it is helpful to them as well,” he added.
Afterward, the Prime Minister will visit the Orkandi sanctuary and the ‘Tomb of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman’ in Tungipara of Gopalganj locale.
After his visit to the sanctuaries, PM Modi will hold chats with his Bangladeshi partner Sheik Hasina and they are probably going to sign not many key settlements. From there on, he will approach Bangladesh President Abdul Hamid
Leader Narendra Modi on Saturday visited the sepulcher of ‘Bangabandhu’ Sheik Mujibur Rahman at Tungipara in Bangladesh’s southwestern Gopalganj locale and paid botanical accolades for him. Executive Modi was gotten at the sepulcher by his Bangladesh partner Sheik Hasina, who is the girl of Rahman. Sheik Rehana, the most youthful little girl of Rahman was likewise present.
Modi, who was covering his face with a veil, paid botanical accolades for ‘Bangabandhu’ and remained peacefully for a couple of moments while Hasina and her Cabinet partners offered ‘Fatiha’. He is the primary Indian dignitary to at any point visit Bangabandhu’s grave.
Modi, who is visiting Bangladesh on his first excursion to a far off country since the flare-up of the Covid, on Friday went to the festivals of the brilliant celebration of the nation’s freedom, the birth centennial of ‘Bangabandhu’ Sheik Mujibur Rahman in Dhaka.
Executive Modi showed up on Friday in Bangladesh on a two-day visit to the country, his first visit to an outside country since the COVID-19 episode a year ago.
He was gotten by his Bangladeshi partner Sheik Hasina at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka.