Narendra Modi to address a joint session of the Bhutan Parliament

Modi to address Bhutan Parliament
Thimpu, June 16: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a two-day trip to Bhutan will address the Bhutan Parliament on Monday.

Modi will address a joint session of the Bhutan Parliament and is also likely to put forth his B for B- Bharat For Bhutan theory in the session.

Modi is then likely to visit and lay the foundation stone at the 600 MV Kholonchu hydropower project. Following which Bhutanese King will host a lunch for Modi and his delegation.

Modi met the Bhutan PM on Sunday and said that India and Bhutan were made for each other given the tradional links that the two countries shared. "The colour of our passports maybe different, but our thinking is the same. India stands committed to Bhutan's progress and happiness," Modi said.

Modi after his meeting with the Bhutan PM tweeted-

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