Priyanka Gandhi Meets Bangladesh PM, Shares Picture Of 'overdue Hug'

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Priyanka Gandhi Vadra met Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina on Sunday, along with Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, former PM Dr Manmohan Singh and other Congress leaders

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:
Priyanka Gandhi

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra met Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina on Sunday, along with Congress interim chief Sonia Gandhi, former PM Dr Manmohan Singh and other Congress leaders. Taking to Twitter, Priyanka Gandhi shared a picture of her overdue hug with the Bangladesh PM. Sharing the picture, she said that she had been waiting to meet the Sheikh Hasina again for a long time. She further asserted that the Bangladesh PM's strength in overcoming her personal loss and hardship with bravery and perseverance will be an inspiration for her.  

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Congress delegation meets Sheikh Hasina

Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina on Sunday met Congress interim chief Sonia Gandhi along with other leaders of the party in Delhi. As per reports, the Congress leaders and the Bangladesh PM discussed ways to further strengthen bilateral ties between the two countries during the meeting. Congress party shared pictures of the meeting on social media. 

READ | Sonia Gandhi, Manmohan Singh To Meet Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina

India-Bangladesh bilateral talks

On Saturday, PM Modi and Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina held bilateral talks. The two world leaders held wide-ranging talks to further strengthen the overall ties between the two countries in diverse areas including defence and security, trade and connectivity. PM Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart also discussed about ways to boost ties in areas of defence, trade and connectivity. Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina is in India for a four-day visit. 

READ | PM Modi And Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina Hold Bilateral Discussions

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