he Kamalasagar-Kasba border haat in Tripura’s Sepahijala district which shut during the Covid-19 pandemic is likely to reopen by next month.
An official said on Tuesday. Haats are weekly markets along the India-Bangladesh border where vendors from both sides sell their ware.
The border haat at Srinagar in South Tripura’s Sabroom subdivision has already reopened in May. ‘
‘Today, the joint border haat management committee held a meeting at Kasba. And discussed reopening the trade facility at the earliest.
In the meeting, the committee decided to undertake repair work at the haat before reopening it.
”Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM), Bishalgarh Binoy Bhusan Das, told PTI over the telephone.
An Indo-Bangla joint team will visit the Kamalasagar-Kasba border haat by next week to prepare an estimate of the repair works.
”Once the repair jobs are completed, a joint inspection will conducted in the first week of July. Thus, to take a final call on the reopening of the border haat.