With this, over 4,500 Bangladeshis returned home on 38 special flights from a number of Indian cities
A total of 112 Bangladeshis returned home from Chennai by a special flight on Wednesday who got stuck there amid the coronavirus outbreak.
This was the final stage of repatriation efforts taken by the government and Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi, reports UNB.
With this, over 4,500 Bangladeshis returned home on 38 special flights from a number of Indian cities, said the Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi.
Over 8,000 Bangladeshis returned home from India through various ways during the current lockdown.
The special flight operated on Chennai-Dhaka route on April 20 was the first repatriation flight by the government amid the coronavirus pandemic.
For renewal of passports and emergency travel permit, Bangladesh nationals are requested to contact Bangladesh Mission via email [email protected]
Bangladeshis can also apply online at the Foreigners Regional Registration Office (FRRO) website for extending the exit permit of visas that have crossed the 90-day limit.
Returnees are requested to follow the instruction explained at the website -https://indianfrro.gov.in/eservices/home.jsp