Sunday, July 25, 2010

New Delhi red-carpet welcome to Gen Than

25 July 20110 -New Delhi - Sagar Media -Nksagar -: Myanmar's ruling military junta Gen Than Shwe arrives in India on Sunday for a state visit during which the two countries are expected to forge closer security and economic ties.Shwe begins his five-day visit at Bodh Gaya tomorrow before arriving in Delhi on Tuesday to a red-carpet welcome at the Rashtrapati Bhawan.

General to hold talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on economic and security co-operation and a series of trade deals are expected to be signed during the visit.Shwe is also expected to seek India's help to restore the famous Buddhist pagoda, Ananda Temple, in Myanmar.Shwe, who is Chairman of the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC), will meet also meet
President Pratibha Patil, and External Affairs Minister S M Krishna.

Gen Than Shwe arrived Bodh Gaya,the Buddhist pilgrimage sacred city to begin his five-day tour is located in the eastern state of Bihar. Later general is scheduled to fly to New Delhi to meet the Indian prime minister, Manmohan Singh. The two leaders were expected to sign a series of military and trade deals over two days.

Burma Centre Delhi an NGO in an open letter to Indian prime minister Dr. Manmohan Singh letter is endorsed by 38 civil society organisations and 71 individuals which comprise intellectuals, prominent activists, lawyers, film makers, writers etc from India has asked India to put pressure on Burma’s military regime to hold genuinely free and fair elections.The letter endorses key steps towards democratization process be initiated with release all political prisoners including Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, and to end attacks against ethnic groups, engage in genuine political dialogue, review the 2008 Constitution and 2010 Election Laws, conduct free, fair elections under the supervision of the United Nations and the international community.

Gen Than Shwe to visit, the scheduled for July 25 to 29, Hyderabad, capital of Andhra Pradesh to the manufacturing facility of Tata, the largest car maker in India, which intends to launch operations in the "cheaper" Myanmar. General Shew comes next week, with investment opportunities in his country, including in hydro-power, oil and natural gas projects for an energy-hungry India.

General Myanmar junta plays religion, not business, trump card as he tries to win over Indian hearts. Shwe named the “world’s third-worst dictator” behind North Korea’s Kim Jong Il and Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe by the Foreign Policy magazine to start his Indian sojourn from Bodh Gaya and seek India’s assistance to help to restore a famous Buddhist pagoda, Ananda Temple, in Myanmar. Myanmar wants the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to restore the over 900-year-old structure. The temple whose architecture is similar to temples in Bengal and Orissa is located in Myanmar’s Bagan region.

In Shwe itinerary is to meet President Pratibha Patil, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Sonia Gandhi LK Advani and leaders during the July 25-29 visit. On business list to deliberate with Ratan Tata possibly to set up a vehicle plant. Myanmar produces only Jeeps and there is a huge demand of four-wheeler trucks and cars. He is likely to visit to ICT cos,infotech and pharmaceutical companies in Hyderabad .

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