Transshipment: Merchants of India’s northeast get 4 routes from Ctg, Mongla ports
Merchants and companies in Tripura and different northeastern states of India can now use 4 routes to get their items from Chattogram and Mongla ports.
The Bangladesh authorities has permitted merchants in Tripura and different northeastern states of India to make use of 4 routes for transportation of products, mentioned Santana Chakma, Tripura’s industries and commerce minister.
The 4 routes are Chattogram Port-Akhaura-Agartala, Mongla Port-Akhaura-Agartala, Chattogram-Bibirbazar-Srimantapur and Mongla Port- Bibirbazar-Srimantapur.
“India and Bangladesh have signed a settlement, permitting Indian merchants to make use of Chattogram and Mongla ports in Bangladesh for transportation of products,” Santana informed a press convention in Agartala yesterday.
Santana additionally mentioned Tripura plans to arrange 9 “border haats” for bilateral commerce on the native degree.
At current, Tripura has two “border haats” — Kamalasagar in Sepahijala district and Srinagar in South Tripura district for Mongla ports. Work is underway on two extra “border haats” at Dharmanagar in North Tripura and Kamalpur in Dhalai district, officers mentioned.