Agriculture Minister Dr Abdur Razzaque has immensely been lauded by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his sincere company during the latter's Bangladesh trip.
Narendra Modi also extended thanks to the Bangladeshi minister through a letter, the agriculture ministry said in a press release on Tuesday.
It was mentioned in the letter that Abdur Razzaque's special attention to all the matters for successful implementation of the Indian's premier's short and busy schedule of visits to the places in Bangladesh has overwhelmed him.
"I saw the matter of your personal good term with local officers and leaders of the areas where I visited," the Indian premier said.
He mentioned that talks and exchanging of views held with the agriculture minister are very important for Bangladesh-India bilateral relations.
The Indian premier is pleased to hold the discussion and exchange views with the agriculture minister.
The Indian Premier came to Bangladesh on a 2-day official trip on 26 March, marking Bangabandhu's Birth Centenary and the golden jubilee of Bangladesh's independence.