Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the Indian government will offer business visas for SAARC nations for three to five years. The government is also planning to call all SAARC nations for making the process easy and to facilitate them in a better way, according to Modi at a two day SAARC meeting.
He further added that if they can lighten their countries’ villages and towns, then they can easily build a promising future for their regions. He also noted that India has an excessive amount of commerce than what is needed.
The minister also said that all the countries can now improve their standards, can make their procedures effortless and can provide better facilities to their people.
Ministry of external affairs spokesman, Syed Akbaruddin posted a tweet that, other than in southern Asia, there is no place in the world where the collective effects are in urgent need.
Modi further quoted that the brighter tomorrow which he has imagined for India was also the same future that he wishing for the SAARC nations.
SAARC is an alliance of eight south Asian nations such as Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, the Maldives, and Bangladesh.