Legitimate movement from international border closed due to Coronavirus in Northeast

पूर्वोत्तर में Coronavirus के चलते अंतरराष्ट्रीय सीमा से वैध आवाजाही बंद

Guwahati, Rajiv Kumar: Northeast India is also not untouched by the terror of the Corona virus. However, no positive case has been reported so far. But after an American tourist visiting Assam, Bhutan has been confirmed to be infected with the Corona virus, all precautions are being taken in the northeast.

With the closure of the Indo-Bangladesh border in Karimganj, Assam, inland permit has been stopped for those coming from outside Mizoram. Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has canceled all its public events till March 31. DIG Dilip Kumar Dey of Assam's Southern Range said that the Indo-Bangladesh Land Border at Sutarkandi in Karimganj and the river border at Kalibari Ghat have been closed. Dey said that after the government's directive, the plane and river border with Bangladesh have been closed so that the virus does not spread. This instruction will continue till the next order.

At the same time, the Tripura government has restricted entry of foreigners from immigration points. Admission centers have been banned from the immigration centers of Akhura, Srimantpur, Muhrighat, Khowai and Ranghana. At the same time, foreigners will not be able to travel from the immigration center of Agartala's MBB airport. An official said that this step has been taken due to the terror of the coronavirus. On the other hand, Assam Chief Minister Sarwananda Sonowal has canceled all its public programs till March 31 following the advice of the state health department. All the overcrowded programs have been canceled. In a statement, the Chief Minister asked people to be aware. Also said not to panic. He said that the virus can be avoided only with caution. Arunachal Pradesh has also announced the screening of all its passengers. The Myanmar border from Manipur has also been closed.

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