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24 Bangladesh tourists to return home today

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GUWAHATI, May 14 - As many as 24 Bangladesh nationals, stranded in Assam and Meghalaya, will return to their country tomorrow.

The Bangladesh High Commission had requested assistance for facilitating movement of their nationals from Assam and Meghalaya to return to their country by road. They will cross three border points � Dawki, Sutarkandi and Changrabandha (West bengal) � during their homeward journey.

Thirteen vehicles have been arranged for the stranded tourists, including three students, to reach the international border, from where they will be transported in vehicles arranged by Bangladesh.

Eleven tourists will cross through the Dawki border, five from the Sutarkandi Immigration Point and eight from the Chengrabandha Immigration Point.

Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner in Guwahati Shah Mohammad Tanvir Monsur told The Assam Tribune that 40 people � mostly tourists � have already returned to Bangladesh from the North East since the start of the lockdown.

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24 Bangladesh tourists to return home today

GUWAHATI, May 14 - As many as 24 Bangladesh nationals, stranded in Assam and Meghalaya, will return to their country tomorrow.

The Bangladesh High Commission had requested assistance for facilitating movement of their nationals from Assam and Meghalaya to return to their country by road. They will cross three border points � Dawki, Sutarkandi and Changrabandha (West bengal) � during their homeward journey.

Thirteen vehicles have been arranged for the stranded tourists, including three students, to reach the international border, from where they will be transported in vehicles arranged by Bangladesh.

Eleven tourists will cross through the Dawki border, five from the Sutarkandi Immigration Point and eight from the Chengrabandha Immigration Point.

Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner in Guwahati Shah Mohammad Tanvir Monsur told The Assam Tribune that 40 people � mostly tourists � have already returned to Bangladesh from the North East since the start of the lockdown.

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