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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday after offering prayers at the temple of Matua community located in Orakandi (Bangladesh) that ‘who thought that the Prime Minister of India would ever come to Orakandi. I feel the same today as my thousands of millions of brothers and sisters of ‘Matua sect’ living in India come to Orakandi. ‘

He said, “I remember when I went to Thakurnagar in West Bengal, my Matua brothers and sisters gave me love as a family member there. In particular, the affinity of ‘Borrow Ma’, his blessings like a mother, have been precious moments in my life. “

On this occasion, PM Modi said that both India and Bangladesh want to see the progress of the whole world through their development and their progress. Both countries want stability, love and peace in place of instability, terror and unrest in the world.

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After this, he said, “I have brought love and good wishes for you on behalf of your 130 crore brothers and sisters in India on the national festival of Bangladesh. Many congratulations and warm greetings to all of you on the completion of 50 years of Bangladesh’s independence. “

He said, “Every year on the auspicious occasion of the birth anniversary of our Sri Sri Horichand Thakur Ji, our siblings of Matua sect celebrate ‘Baroni Snan Utsav’.

A large number of devotees from India come to Orakandi to attend this festival. To make this pilgrimage easier for my siblings of India, efforts will be made by the Government of India to increase it. We are also committed to grand events and various functions reflecting the glorious history of Matua sect in Thakurnagar. . “

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Modi said, “India today is moving forward with the mantra of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Biswas’, and Bangladesh is our co-traveler in it. At the same time, Bangladesh is presenting a strong example of development and change to the world today and India is your co-traveler in these efforts.”

Addressing the Bangladeshi Matua community in Orakandi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that ‘a primary school will be opened on behalf of India in Orakandi’.

Along with this, he also talked about upgrading Girls Middle School in Orakandi on behalf of India.

In his address, PM Modi said that we are trying to make the covid vaccine made in India to the citizens of Bangladesh.