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Aji Mukli is the India-Bhutan border crossing in Assam that was closed last year. Achi News

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Festive atmosphere at the entrance of Chandrupjankhar on the Indo-Bhutan border. Due to the Covid-19 situation, the border crossings of India-Bhutan border with Bhutan were closed for the past year and were re-opened after the border crossing of Chamdrup Jhangkhad in Assam’s Tamulpur district. Commercial trade was stopped due to the closure of Ah-Jah border crossing between Assam and friendly country Bhutan. Even as a result of the closure of Chamdrup Jhangkhar, the capital of East-Bhutan border of present-day Tamulpur district, the trade infrastructure of Daranga Mela Chaharkhan was destroyed. Daranga Mela, NK Daranga’s businessmen were looking for new work after the livelihood of the businessmen came to a standstill.

The covid situation was somewhat relaxed and vehicular traffic was allowed through Bhutan, although doors were not opened due to Assam’s general public and tourists. Today, on the border of BTR district of India-Bhutan border, Gelefu (Dadagiri-Hatisaar) Namlang and Panbang of Baxa, Chamdrup of Tamulpur district, Jhangkha main entrance of Khol Canal are also popular for commercial trade.

It is worth noting that the representatives of the two countries, Hai BTR and Bhutan Charkar, have opened the entrances to the canal. As a result, all the border traders are enthusiastic about opening the entrance of Chamdrup Jhangkha in Tamulpur district today. In the past, the Indian people have seen the sari pata in Bhutan.

According to Janib Para, Bhutan has also set up BIRD WATCH and various tourist spots to attract the country’s biodiversity for tourist reasons. Of course, you can enter the Indian Museum of Art, subject to certain rules and regulations. In Epin, especially the Chamdrup Jhangkha gate of Tamulpur district, the border traders are seen to be enthusiastic. Already there are more than 1000 shop owners in NK Daranga, all of them are closed for a year and they are preparing to open the shop at the earliest. Before those good days soon, both Ahak Bulli has given hope to all.

Published by:Subham Goswami

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