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Passports Act, 1967

19. Passports and travel documents to be invalid for travel to certain countries

Upon the issue of t notification by the Central Government that a foreign country is-

(a) a country which is committing external aggression against India; or

(b) a country assisting the country committing external aggression against India; or

(c) a country where armed hostilities are in progress; or

(d) a country to which travel must be restricted in the public interest because such travel would seriously impair the conduct of foreign affairs of the Government of India, a passport or travel document for travel through or visiting such country shall cease to be valid for such travel or visit unless in any case a special endorsement in that behalf is made in the prescribed form by the prescribed authority.

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