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Modi, Hasina open projects in Bangladesh

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NEW DELHI, March 11 - Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday jointly unveiled e-plaques for development projects in Bangladesh, through video conference.

Both the leaders unveiled e-plaques for supply of buses and trucks, inauguration of 36 community clinics, 11 water treatment plants, and extension of National Knowledge Network to Bangladesh.

Addressing the meeting, Modi noted that this is his sixth video conference with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. He said that Hasina�s vision is the biggest inspiration for stronger connectivity between India and Bangladesh.

He said today�s unveilings will boost not just transport connectivity, but also knowledge connectivity. He said the National Knowledge Network will connect scholars and research institutes in Bangladesh with India and the world. He said the buses and trucks would assist the efforts towards affordable public transportation; water treatment plants will help supply clean water; and community clinics will benefit about 2 lakh people in Bangladesh. He said these projects show that India-Bangladesh relations are playing a key role in improving the quality of life of people.

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Modi, Hasina open projects in Bangladesh

NEW DELHI, March 11 - Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday jointly unveiled e-plaques for development projects in Bangladesh, through video conference.

Both the leaders unveiled e-plaques for supply of buses and trucks, inauguration of 36 community clinics, 11 water treatment plants, and extension of National Knowledge Network to Bangladesh.

Addressing the meeting, Modi noted that this is his sixth video conference with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. He said that Hasina�s vision is the biggest inspiration for stronger connectivity between India and Bangladesh.

He said today�s unveilings will boost not just transport connectivity, but also knowledge connectivity. He said the National Knowledge Network will connect scholars and research institutes in Bangladesh with India and the world. He said the buses and trucks would assist the efforts towards affordable public transportation; water treatment plants will help supply clean water; and community clinics will benefit about 2 lakh people in Bangladesh. He said these projects show that India-Bangladesh relations are playing a key role in improving the quality of life of people.