Meri Mati Mera Desh-Amrit Kalash Yatra In Delhi Today, Traffic Warning Here

New Delhi: Delhi Police has given a traffic warning for the Meri Mati Mera Desh-Amrit Kalash Yatra coordinated at Vijay Chowk to check Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s introduction to the world commemoration. It is a two-day occasion beginning today, October 30.
As per the warning, there will be traffic guidelines and redirections set up for the streets prompting Vijay Chowk on Monday and Tuesday.

These limitations will stay set up from 9 am to 9 pm, and “at whatever point vital”, the police said.

Courses for movement if there should arise an occurrence of critical need:

R/A (Indirect) Shanti Way/Kautilya Marg, R/A RGM, R/A Patel Chowk, Bhinder Point Intersection, R/A GPO, Aurbindo Chowk, R/A RML, Q point, R/A GRG, R/A MLNP, R/A Mandi House, R/A Firoz Shah, Ashoka Street, R/A Raja Ji Marg, R/A Firoz Shah Street/KG Marg, R/A Blemish Janpath, Mahadev Street, R/A Rajender Prasad Street/Janpath, R/A Patel Chowk, A point, and W point.

Metro administrations:

Metro suburbanites ought to be ready for potential congestion on the Yellow and Violet lines. High traveler volumes are expected at Sultanpur, Ghitorni, Qutab Minar, Focal Sec, Master Dronacharya, IFFCO Chowk, Arjan Garh, Udyog Bhawan, and Jawaharlal Nehru Arena stations during boarding and deboarding. Individuals are encouraged to appropriately make travel game plans.

Directions for the overall population:

Utilize public vehicle to ease street clog rather than your own vehicles.

Try not to stop on the side of the road as it upsets traffic stream.

On the off chance that making a beeline for Vayu Bhawan, Sena Bhawan, Vigyan Bhawan, Nirman Bhawan, Parliament House, South Block, North Block, Focal Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Entryway, and so on, plan your takeoff with additional time in the event of expected delays.

Leave your vehicles just in assigned leaving regions.

Comply with traffic rules and guidelines.

Participate and uphold on the job police work force.

Quickly report any dubious or uncommon articles or people to the police.

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