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Bangladesh to open visa centre in Silchar, Assam

To meet the surging demand for Bangladesh visas among residents of Assam’s Barak Valley, a new visa center is set to be established in Silchar, as announced by Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner Ruhul Amin.

The Barak Valley, comprising Cachar, Karimganj, and Hailakandi districts, has witnessed a significant increase in the number of individuals seeking travel visas to Bangladesh, according to media reports. The forthcoming visa center aims to streamline the visa application process and cater to the growing needs of the local population in the region.

“While the exact opening date is pending, the establishment of the visa center in Silchar, the headquarters of Cachar district, has been confirmed,” stated Amin.

The new center will focus on processing visa applications, aiming to streamline travel arrangements to Bangladesh.


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