Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday morning reached Bhutan for a two-day visit. His visit aims to strengthen bilateral ties with the nation in various sectors.
During his visit, the Prime Minister will hold delegation-level talks with his counterpart and meet the Leader of Opposition. He will inaugurate 720 megawatt Mangdechhu hydro-power project and release a commemorative stamp to mark the 50 years of Indo-Bhutan hydropower relations.
Apart from these, PM Narendra Modi will also inaugurate the Ground Station for South Asian Satellite and launch the first phase of RuPay Card. The PM will also address the students of Royal University of Bhutan. During his visit to the Himalayan nation, India and Bhutan will sign several MoUs including in the sectors of science, technology, engineering, maths and judicial.
It may be mentioned here that this is Prime Minister Modi’s second visit to Bhutan and his first since his re-election as Prime Minister.