Farmers protest in Delhi, traffic police issued alert, know which routes should not be used

By Priyanka Tiwari February 11, 2024 11:47 PM IST

Delhi Traffic Police issues a traffic advisory in view of the proposed farmer's protest in Delhi- India TV Hindi

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Delhi Police issued traffic alert

Farmer organizations are preparing to protest once again in Delhi. Farmer organizations have called upon the farmers to reach Delhi with the slogan ‘Dilli Chalo’. In view of this, barricades, boulders etc. have been deployed on important routes of the city. Meanwhile, Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora reached Ghazipur border and took stock of the security arrangements. Let us tell you that farmer organizations have called for a rally in Delhi on 13 February. Before this, Delhi Traffic Police had issued a traffic advisory on 11th February itself.

Delhi Traffic Police issued advisory

To ensure that people do not face any problems across the city and do not have to face the brunt of traffic, Delhi Police has warned people and has also told which routes people should not travel through. According to the information received by the traffic police, the movement of commercial vehicles will be completely banned on the Singhu border from Monday itself. On Tuesday, Singhu border will be completely sealed and movement of any type of vehicles from Singhu border will be banned. Let us tell you that problems may also increase for those people who are going to travel from Delhi to Noida or Ghaziabad. Actually, tight security arrangements have been made at Loni Border, Ghazipur Border, Chilla Border, Kalidin Kunj-DND-Noida Border. Due to this, people may have to face some problems. Also, people coming from Haryana and Punjab through interstate buses may also face problems, because the Singhu border has been sealed.

Where is the diversion in Delhi?

According to Delhi Traffic Police advisory, to complete the journey from Delhi to Sonipat or further via National Highway 44, interstate buses will have to proceed from Kashmir Gate bus stand via Majnu Ka Tila, Signature Bridge, Khajuri Chowk and Loni Border. have to go. At the same time, heavy commercial vehicles will have to go through DSIIDC cut via Bawana Road Crossing and then via Bawana Chowk from Auchandi Border via Sayeedpur Chowki via KMP. Whereas heavy vehicles going towards Rohtak have been advised to enter Haryana via Mukarba Chowk on Outer Ring Road via Rithala, UER 2, Kanjhawala and Jaunti border.

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