Tell us: are you travelling between the UK and India, Pakistan or Bangladesh?

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<span>Photograph: Toby Melville/AFP/Getty Images</span>
Photograph: Toby Melville/AFP/Getty Images

Following the UK government’s announcement that India will be added to the red list as of 4am on Friday, we are looking to speak to Britons of south Asian heritage who will be affected by the move, which comes two weeks after Pakistan and Bangladesh were also red-listed.

With all three south Asian countries with diaspora populations in the UK on the red list, we want to hear from those whose lives and plans will be affected.

Are you planning to travel to or return from India this week before the restrictions take effect? Had you been planning to travel to India, Pakistan or Bangladesh for an occasion such as a wedding or to visit relatives? Do you have friends or family members who will not be able to come to the UK as planned? Had you been planning a summer trip that now cannot go ahead?

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