India-Bhutan borders will be opened for the first time on 23 September after the Corona epidemic A to Z Counsel



  • India-Bhutan borders will open on 23 September
  • The movement of tourists between the two countries was closed due to the Corona epidemic.
  • The decision was taken in view of the improvement in the situation of Kovid-19

India-Bhutan borders: The Indo-Bhutan border gates ‘Samdrup Jongkhar’ and ‘Gelephu’ on the Assam border will be opened for tourists on September 23 for the first time since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. A Bhutanese delegation led by Tashi Penjor, Director (Law and Order) of Bhutan’s Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs, held a meeting with Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) officials in Kokrajhar on Wednesday and restored the gate after a gap of two and a half years. announced to open.

The decision was taken in view of the improvement in the situation of Kovid-19

Penjor said that in view of the improvement in the situation of Kovid-19, the Bhutan government has announced the reopening of the country’s borders for trade, commerce and official transit from 23 September. “In the last two-and-a-half years, many officials on both sides have changed and we have not been able to hold meetings to establish the necessary friendship and personal contacts for the people living in the border areas of the two countries. We look forward to having more such meetings.”

Appeal to Indian tourists

Penjor urged Indian tourists to visit various places in the country after entering Bhutan through Gelephu and Samdrup Jongkhar gates. In the year 2020, on seeing the corona that came out of China, it took the form of a global pandemic. Due to this epidemic, the economic, social system of the world completely changed. To prevent this, the governments of different countries imposed restrictions on movement and social interaction, due to which a large population of the world was forced to remain locked in homes. Now as the outbreak of Corona is decreasing, the phase of social interaction has also started among the people. As a result of this, the Indo-Bhutan borders are being opened for tourists.


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