Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal (BBIN) Friendship Motor Rally visited national memorial at Savar, on the outskirts in Dhaka, this morning.
The rally comprising 80 people reached Dhaka yesterday, three days after it entered Bangladesh through Bilonia border in Feni district on Saturday.
The rally members reached Savar around 9:20am today on their way to India, Mizanur Rahman, assistant engineer of the memorial, told our Savar correspondent.
After staying for 20-minutes there, the motor rally started for Jessore’s Benapole via Manikganj to reach India today. There are six Bangladeshi nationals among the team members.
The four-nation Friendship Motor Rally started from Bhubaneshwar in India's Odisha state on November 15 as part of the Motor Vehicle Agreement (MVA).
The BBIN motor rally will cover 4,223km in 19 days, passing through Ranchi, Patna, Siliguri, Gangtok, Phuentsholing, Thimphu, Mongar, Samdrup Jonkhar, Guwahati, Sikkim, Silchar, Agartala, Chittagong, Dhaka and ending at the Victoria Memorial in Kolkata.