The home ministry declared on Thursday that it will start giving traveler visas to outsiders needing to come to India on chartered flights with impact from October 15. Those heading out to India on chartered flights would have the option to do as such from November 15.
The individuals who need to visit India on “bubble flights” or planned business flights would need to delay until November 15, the public authority said.
“Subsequent to thinking about different data sources, the MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) has chosen to start allowing of new traveler visas for outsiders coming to India through sanctioned trips with impact from October 15, 2021,” the MHA said in an assertion.
“Every single due convention and standards identifying with Covid-19, as told by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare occasionally, will be clung to by the unfamiliar sightseers, transporters bringing them into India and any remaining partners whatsoever stations,” the service expressed.