Dec 7, 2012
India has withdrawn the two month gap for visits of foreign nationals to India on a tourist visa. The exceptions are nationals of Afganistan, Pakistan, Sudan, China, Iraq and Bangladesh.
“IATO had been constantly pleading with the Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of External Affairs and through the Ministry of Tourism to withdraw 60 day restriction clause for re-entry after visiting the neighboring countries as this was dampening the tourist interest and tourists were being harassed. This was also taken up with PMO and raised at various platforms” , said Subhash Goyal President Indian Association of Tour Operators.