Fiji’s Deputy Prime Minister Biman Prasad is coming on a week-long visit to India. He will come and he will have darshan of Ramlala in Ayodhya. The Ministry of External Affairs gave this information. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, Fiji’s Deputy Prime Minister arrived in Delhi. His visit will last from February 4 to 10 and he will return to his country on February 11.
Biman Prasad will go to Ayodhya and see Ramlala
Biman Prasad is the first foreign leader to visit Ayodhya and have darshan of Ram Lalla after the consecration ceremony held on January 22. His official programs will start on Monday, a day after his arrival in the national capital Delhi. On February 5, he will meet with External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar as well as Minister of State for External Affairs and Education Rajkumar Ranjan Singh.
After this, Biman Prasad will participate in an event in the national capital on February 6 and will go to Goa for another event on February 7. The Ministry of External Affairs has said, he is scheduled to visit Ayodhya on February 8. On February 9, Prasad will visit Ahmedabad and then visit Gandhinagar.
Biman Prasad came on India tour last year
Biman Prasad had earlier visited India in February 2023. This was his first official visit to India. During that visit, he participated in a high-level ministerial session on climate change. During the discussion, he highlighted that global action on decarbonization is urgently needed if the world is to truly fight issues like climate change.