- The site visitors law enforcement will deploy a massive selection of its personnel to divert website traffic in see of the restrictions becoming imposed for this period of time.
Site visitors in elements of the New Delhi location will be impacted on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday to facilitate the Republic Working day rehearsals, the targeted visitors law enforcement explained.
The route for the rehearsals will be from Vijay Chowk to C-Hexagon through Rajpath and there will be limited traffic crossings at Rajpath-Rafi Marg, Rajpath-Janpath, Rajpath-Mansingh Street and Rajpath-CHexagon, explained Manish Kumar Agrawal, joint commissioner of targeted traffic law enforcement.
He claimed Rajpath from Vijay Chowk to India Gate will also remain closed for targeted traffic through this interval.
The traffic law enforcement will deploy a massive range of its personnel to divert website traffic in watch of these limitations.
Agrawal reported that motorists should hope congestion and limits on these routes between 9 am to 12 noon on these four times and should really stay away from having these routes.
On Sunday, gradual down and congestion are predicted in New Delhi, Central Delhi and West Delhi from early morning to evening as a Nagar Kirtan on the situation of the birth anniversary of Shri Expert Gobind Singh ji is currently being organised by the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Administration Committee. “Like every single 12 months, the procession will get started at 9.30am and will culminate at Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sahib in Hari Nagar,” said MS Randhawa, more commissioner of targeted traffic law enforcement.
Buses passing by way of New Delhi area will be diverted from various details, the officer claimed, and recommended motorists to stay away from the route currently being taken by the procession.
In the meantime, the police commissioner, SN Shrivastava, on Saturday reviewed the Republic Working day stability preparations and preparations at the farmers’ agitation in perspective of the law and order scenario in Delhi.
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