India-Nepal Banbasa border opened for Indian vehicles from today

The movement was closed for the last 18 months.

India-Nepal Banbasa border opened for Indian vehicles from today

India-Nepal Banbasa border opened for Indian vehicles from today

The movement was closed for the last 18 months. The Nepal government had already opened foot movement with India after the risk of corona infection was reduced, but the entry of Indian vehicles continued in Nepal.

The Indo-Nepal border, which was closed for the last 18 months, has been completely opened. From Wednesday, Indian tourists are also going to Nepal from the Banbasa border in their private vehicles, but they will have to follow the SOP of Covid. On the initiative of the businessmen of both countries, the Nepal administration has opened the Bhansar(custom) facility.

We will have to follow the SOP of Covid

The Nepal government had already opened foot movement with India after the risk of corona infection was reduced, but the entry of Indian vehicles into Nepal continued. Now there will be no restriction on the movement of vehicles and citizens of Nepal from India.

Urge to remove the ban on entry of Indian vehicles

On Tuesday, on the initiative of General Secretary of Banbasa Trade Board, Abhishek Goyal, President of Nepal Bus Business Committee, Dunmar Pant, Mahesh Bohra, Parmanand Bhandari, Hemraj Joshi of Hotel Business Association held talks with Nepal administration and requested to remove the ban on the entry of Indian vehicles from Banbasa border.

Proof of corona test report or both doses of vaccine

On this, the Nepal administration has lifted the ban on the entry of Indian vehicles into Nepal from Wednesday. President of Bus Traders Association Dunmar Pant said that now Indian tourists can come and go to Nepal by their private vehicles, but they should follow the rules of SOP to enter Nepal, the proof must be shown on the boarders and get the test report of Corona or both doses of Covid vaccine.