Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the new Parliament House on 28 May. In view of the inauguration ceremony being held on Sunday, special traffic arrangements are being made in the capital Delhi. Traffic advisory has been issued so that people do not get disturbed due to jam on the roads of Delhi. According to the advisory, many routes will remain closed in Delhi on May 28. Also, on Sundays, the New Delhi area will be considered as a controlled area. Let us understand the full details of the advisory…
What in advisory?
In the advisory, it has been told that only public transport, civil service candidates, residents of the area, labeled vehicles and emergency vehicles will be given entry in the New Delhi area. Let us tell you that on the same day the new Parliament House is being inaugurated, the Civil Services Examination has also been conducted by the UPSC. In such a situation, keeping in mind the students appearing for the examination, they have been given entry in the New Delhi area.
these roads will remain closed
According to the advisory, Mother Teresa Ceresent Road, Gol Chakkar Talkatora, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Gol Dak Khana Gol Chakkar, Ashok Road, Gol Chakkar Patel Chowk, Gol Chakkar Windsor Place, Janpath, Gol Chakkar MLNP, Akbar Road, Gol Chakkar Gol Methi , Akbar Road, Gol Chakkar GKP, Teen Murti Marg, Gol Chakkar Teen Murti and Mother Teresa Crescent Road will be restricted for traffic.
Avoid going to New Delhi area
Significantly, on May 28, there will be movement of many VVIPs and other dignitaries in the capital Delhi. In such a situation, the traffic police has urged Delhiites to avoid going to New Delhi area from 5:30 am to 3 pm on Sundays. Along with issuing advisory, it was also told that the traffic of which routes will be restricted.
In the advisory, it has been requested to follow the traffic rules and road discipline. Along with this, a request has also been made to follow the instructions of the traffic personnel deployed at all intersections. Traffic Police has advised to stay updated through Delhi Traffic Police’s Facebook page, Twitter handle, website and helpline.
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