Farmers’ Delhi Chalo March: Know this traffic advisory before going on the roads of the national capital

The police of Delhi and Haryana are on alert mode ahead of the proposed Delhi Chalo March of farmer unions on Tuesday. Delhi Police has also issued a traffic advisory. Delhi Traffic Police has currently banned the entry of tractors, trolleys, buses, trucks and other commercial vehicles from UP into Delhi. Delhi Police has made tight security arrangements at Ghazipur Border, Chilla Border, Loni Border, Rajokri Border, Kapashera Border and many other places.

Delhi Police issued advisory
Delhi Police has said in its advisory that traffic restrictions and diversion will be imposed on Singhu border from February 12 for commercial vehicles and from February 13 for all types of vehicles. According to a report by news agency ANI, it has been said in the advisory that the traffic going from Delhi to Ghaziabad can go towards ISBT Anand Vihar via Pushta Road or Patparganj Road or Mother Dairy Road in front of Akshardham Temple. Delhi Police has said that there will be diversion around Tikri border also.

Can be diverted on these routes
Delhi Police advisory states that interstate buses going towards Sonipat, Panipat, Karnal and Kurukshetra will be diverted from Kashmiri Gate bus stand towards Majnu Ka Tila, Signature Bridge, Khajuri Chowk and Loni Border. At the same time, to go from Delhi towards Bahadurgarh, Rohtak, the outer ring road will be sent from Mukarba Chowk towards Madhuban Chowk, Bhagwan Mahari Road. The traffic advisory also said that heavy and commercial vehicles and trucks going from Rohtak Road to Bahadurgarh, Rohtak and other areas will have to take Najafgarh Nangloi Road from Nangloi Chowk to enter Haryana through Najafgarh Jharoda border.

Section 144 imposed in North-Eastern district of Delhi
Today i.e. on Sunday, prohibitory order under Section 144 was imposed in the north-eastern district of the national capital. Police were directed to make all efforts to stop the protesters from entering Delhi. It is noteworthy that earlier in the year 2020-21, barriers have also been installed at Ghazipur border, one of the sites of farmers’ agitation, and police investigation has been intensified. North East Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police Joy Tirkey has said in his order that no one will be allowed to violate the law and order situation.

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