The high commissioner of India to Bangladesh, Pankaj Saran revealed that they are planning to liberalize and ease the visa norms and system for Bangladeshis. In order to meet the requirements of Indian citizens’ visa application process and to make their visa system hassle-free and effortless, high commissioner of India has planned to liberalize their visa process, according to sources.
Pankaj Saran escorted Road Transport and Bridges Minister, Obaidul Quader and few other administrators at ICP (Integrated Check Post) of Agartala to have a meeting on the better accordance and connectivity with the construction of a four-lane or highway from the river harbor of Ashuganj to Agartala Integrated Check Post.
Indian high commissioner to Bangladesh has also added that the whole procedure is completely technical and is controlled entirely by the Delhi central visa organization. He even noted that they are aware of the problems that are being faced by the Bangladeshi individuals during the application process and are looking forward to solve the issues by providing the appropriate solutions that would help the Bangladeshi’s to process in a better way.
The Indian government is also planning to introduce the visa that does not require any appointment date.