Prime MinisterNarendra Modi left for India from Dhaka on Sunday after concluding his two-day visit to Bangladesh.The Prime Minister departed after addressing a gathering at the cultural programme at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center.
He also met leaders across the Bangladeshi political spectrum.The Prime Minister also offered prayers at the Dhakeshwari Temple in the city and visited the Ramakrishna Mission. He also inaugurated six projects undertaken with grant-in-aid during his visit of the Indian High Commission in the city.
Later, he received the Award of Liberation War Honour on behalf of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee at the Bangabhaban from Bangladesh President Abdul HamidPrime Minister Modi and Sheikh Hasina exchanged instruments of ratification of the Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) settling the 41-year-old land boundary dispute on Saturday.
The two Prime Ministers also flagged off two transboundary buses linking Guwahati to Dhaka via Shillong and Kolkata to Tripura via Dhaka.