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How powerful is an Indian passport, and how is it better than Pakistan (English)

So, this is our Indian passport which is used to make a journey to Bangkok.

But joking aside, if you’re out of India then it is the most important thing that you should have with you otherwise, you’ll get into serious trouble.

The first Indian passport (British Indian Passport) was issued in 1920 to the following people.

  • If you were a citizen of Britain.
  • If you were born in Britain.
  • If you were protected by Britain, in short, if you were a hireling of Britain.

This is the copy of a British Indian Passport of Muhammad Ali Jinnah. So, See it, and read the aforementioned points, especially the last one, to know why he was given the British Indian Passport.

The passport, we use nowadays was firstly designed in 1986, and it is issued on behalf of the President of India. The Indian government issues three types of passport.

  1. Type P (Personal)- Given to ordinary citizens.
  2. Type S (Service)- Given to the officials of the Indian government.
  3. Type D (Diplomatic)- Given to the diplomats.

The valuation of any passport is decided by the Global Passport Power Ranking Index and India ranks 65th in it, the Indian passport is visa-free in 64 countries.

If you think that America has the most powerful passport then you may need a brush-up because the United Arab Emirates has the most powerful passport in the world.

It is visa-free in 172 countries and its Global Passport Power Ranking Index is 1.

Now, if you’re bothered about the valuation of the Pakistani Passport, then let me tell you that the Global Passport Power Ranking Index of Pakistan is 87 which is penultimate and worse than Noth Korea, Somalia, and Syria.

The Pakistani Passport is nowhere near to the Indian Passport.

Thank you, I really appreciate your time.

For more information, watch the video.

Information Source

Global Passport Power Rank | The Passport Index 2019

Indian passport – Wikipedia

Pakistani passport – Wikipedia

British Indian passport – Wikipedia

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