Indus Canada-FREE Visa for 1 Year-Guru Nanak 550th Centenary

SAN FRANCISCO – 11-19-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — Indus Canada Foundation has requested Prime Minister of India Narender Modi to waive India Visa Fees for 1 year starting from November 21st 2018 thru November 30th 2019, for Foreign visitors and Indian Origin Individuals and Non Profit Organisations from Canada, USA, UK, Australia, Italy, Singapore and other countries, who are planning to visit India, during Guru Nanak Dev’s 550th Birth Centenary.

Highlighting the importance of Sikh Faith at Asian Art Museum, in San Francisco, California, Indus Canada Foundation, president Vikram JS Bajwa, confirmed that India Government is considering their proposal for “GRATIS VISA” for foreigners during Guru Nanak Dev’s 550th Birth Centenary. There are 8 Million Indian Origin individuals, who are Citizens of Foreign countries, planning to visit India, in 2019.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Indus Canada Foundation
Full Name: Sonia Sidhu
Phone: 7786887187
Email Address: Send Email
Website: www.induscanadafoundation.com

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