New Delhi: Senior Indian BJP Leader & President Delhi Study Group VIJAY JOLLY today departed on a Short Familiarization Trip to Sultanate of Brunei in ASEAN. Mr. Jolly shall promote People to People Friendship & Understanding between India & Brunei.
I shall try to find ancient Indian roots & connections in Brunei stated Mr. Jolly before departure from New Delhi. Mr. Jolly has over busy schedule in Brunei during his 5 days short trip there. Indian High Commissioner in Brunei Mrs. Nagma Mallick is hosting a dinner in Brunei Darulssalam.
A meeting with Senior officials of Brunei Development Board, Ministry of Youth & Sports and External Affairs besides a visit to University of Brunei shall also take place. Senior Office bearers of Brunei – India Friendship & Business Council shall receive Mr Jolly on his arrival at Bandar Seri Begawan Int’nl Airport.
Prominent NRI & Pravasi Bharatiya Awardee Mr. Mohinder Singh is organizing a Welcome meeting followed by dinner reception in Bandar Seri.
The Brunei High Commissioner in India Dato Paduka Sidek Ali now in Brunei has actively coordinated & assisted for the success of Indian leader Mr. Jolly’s “BRUNEI” trip. Mr. Ali is also hosting Dinner Reception to Honor Mr. Jolly in Brunei on Monday 27th June.
The message of Good Governance of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with success of Digital India and Make in India campaigns shall be stressed by Indian BJP leader Mr. Jolly during his current overseas trip.
It may be recalled that recently Delhi Study Group delegation led by Mr Jolly had successfully visited Pakistan to Promote Peace & Friendship and as per the foreign policy initiatives of PM Narendra Modi.
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