A 20-member Indian army team arrived in Bangladesh on Sunday to take part in a joint cycle rally with Bangladesh army team to promote friendship between the two countries.
The November 15-19 cycle rally will kick off at Jashore Cantonment on Monday.
It will run through Jhenaidah, Kushtia,Jibonnagar and Darshana.
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During the tour the cyclists will stop at historical sites of the 1971 Bangladesh War of Liberation in which Indian army joined with Mukti Bahini. They will speak to valiant freedom fighters to learn about their experience.
The Indian team, led by Colonel Mohit Singh, was welcomed at Benapole by Brigadier General of Jashore Cantonment Hafizur Rahman.
Bangladesh and Indian army teams held their first joint cycle rally in 2017. It has since then been an annual event.