Delay Anticipated in Implementation of BBIN motor vehicles act

Delay Anticipated in Implementation of BBIN motor vehicles act Implementation of the Motor Vehicles Agreement (MVA) among the BBIN countries - Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal - is likely to be a long process, says Nayanima Basu in her report in Business Standard on June 15. According to the report The main objective of seamless cargo movement is not going to be a reality soon, with several works pertaining to identification of authorized routes and permits still under discussion. The MVA, approved by the Cabinet last week, is to be signed in the Bhutanese capital of Thimphu on June 15, Monday. India will be represented by Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari. The report said that the original MVA under the larger South Asian Associati...
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