Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will meet Indian President Indian business delegations on the last day of her four-day state visit to the country.
She will attend a talk with Indian business delegations Monday morning, reports BSS.
The premier will leave for Dhaka in the afternoon.
When Hasina ends her India trip, Bangladesh’s Assistant High Commission in Tripura, the Dhaka and Agartala chapters of “Friends of Bangladesh,” and the Agartala Press Club will observe the first Bangladeshi government in Agartala.
The prime minister went to India on Friday at an invitation of her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday signed 22 instruments covering diverse areas of bilateral cooperation, including economic, defence cooperation, power, peaceful use of nuclear energy, outer space, information technology and mass media.
She met Indian President Pranab Mukherjee and India National Congress President Sonia Gandhi at Rastrapati Bhaban on Sunday after returning to New Delhi from Ajmer Sharif in the afternoon.
Modi visited Bangladesh on June 6-7, 2015 and issued a joint declaration with Hasina, launching a new beginning – “Notun Projonmo, Nayi Disha.”