British Queen Elizabeth II came to Bangladesh. The Queen of Britain visited independent Bangladesh for the second time in November 1983. At that time he also visited the women of a village in Bangladesh.
Sources say that on one day of his four-day official visit, he visited Bairagirchala village in Sreepur upazila of Gazipur. Rani went to Sreepur by train from Dhaka and from there by car to Bairagirchala. BBC news.
This visit of Rani is still remembered by the people of the village. On the arrival of the queen, the village underwent extensive development, which later led to the establishment of factories in the area.
Before this, Elizabeth II visited Dhaka in the then East Pakistan for the first time in 1961. He came to Dhaka on a royal visit on February 15 of that year.
Incidentally, Queen Elizabeth II, who ruled the United Kingdom for 70 years, died on Thursday at the age of 96. The Bangladesh government has declared three days of national mourning for his death.