India-Nepal friendship bus service resumes after gap of 27 years
A friendship bus service between India and Nepal via Champawat in Uttarakhand has been resumed after a gap of 27 years. These air-conditioned buses with free Wi-Fi facility, painted with Indian and Nepalese flags, will enter the Nepalese district of Kanchanpur at 6 a.m. everyday and start for Delhi, and return from there at 6 p.m., in-charge of Sharda barrage international police station.
No special documents are required to travel in these buses. The service was suspended 27 years ago in the wake of the Indo-Nepal Trade and Transit Treaty.