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Transaction of Indian rupee stopped in Nepal, increased difficulties of tourists including border areas

Valmikinagar. In India’s neighboring country Nepal where India and Nepal have trade relations with Beti Roti. For those Indian tourists who want to visit the hilly areas and scenic spots of the neighboring country Nepal, the pride of India, the Indian Rupee is proving to be a problem in the course of tourism. According to the currency of both the countries, Indian Rupees 100 is equal to Nepalese Rupees 160 according to the Nepali currency and at this rate the trade relations have been flourishing for years. Indian tourists have also been enjoying tourism in the remote mountainous and lowland areas of Nepal with Indian rupees easily before this. Indian rupees were easily accepted at almost all places in Nepal.

Indian rupees are not being accepted even in Nepali Bhansar office

These days Indian rupees are not being accepted in the Nepali Bhansar office located near gate number 36 in the Nepalese area of ​​Nepal, adjacent to Valmikinagar. Tourists are getting the facility of Bhansar only after converting the Indian rupee into Nepali rupee. If you believe the reliable sources, before this Indian rupee was in circulation in Nepalese territory at a fixed rate, so no tourist was inconvenienced. But after the Government of India’s announcement last month to withdraw the Rs 2000 note from the banks, Indian tourists are facing devaluation of money in Nepalese territory.

Indian 1000 rupees getting 1000 to 1200 Nepali rupees

According to the information received, Indian rupees 1000 to 1500 rupees are being operated in the Indo-Nepal border area. Overall speaking, Indian Rs 1000 will be equal to Nepalese Rs 1600. Means loss of 100 in the border area itself. If you believe the reliable sources, then in the interior areas of Nepal i.e. remote areas from where the border is far away, the Indian rupee is being used at an arbitrary rate after a lot of struggle. In the remote hilly areas of Nepal, Indian rupees 1000 is being used at the rate of Nepalese rupees 1000 to 1200. It has now become necessary for the tourists going to Nepal to enter the Nepalese territory to enjoy the pleasant tourism only after converting the Indian Rupee into Nepalese Rupee.

said tourist

In this regard, Gobind Singh, a tourist who came from Bettiah, told that this kind of inconvenience did not happen in the past. Now Indian rupees have to be converted into Nepali rupees to go on tour in Nepalese territory. Less than the prescribed rate is being received. Indian rupees are not being accepted in the same Bhansar office as well. Indian tourists are facing a lot of problems due to the devaluation of the rupee.

Rishabh

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