Travellers from India Are Using Nepal and Sri Lanka To Circumvent Travel Bans!

Singapore has finally implemented a ban of all non-Singaporean and non-permanent resident travellers who have been to India in the preceding two weeks. However, they have already found ways to circumvent this travel ban.

In a Facebook group “Indians In Singapore”, netters can be seen asking about flights to Sri Lanka. Some even commented that they provide services to help others acquire visa and accommodations for 14 days in Sri Lanka.

Nepali Times also reported that Indian nationals have been using Kathmandu to transit before heading to countries like Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Will our government do something about this?

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