Traffic alert issued in Delhi-NCR, choose these routes amid farmers’ movement – India TV Hindi

Delhi Police issues detailed traffic advisory in view of farmers' protest Noida Traffic Advisory Ghazal – India TV Hindi

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Traffic alert issued in Delhi-NCR

Farmer organizations have prepared for a march in Delhi on February 13. Meanwhile, farmer organizations are going to protest in Delhi. Meanwhile, tight security arrangements have been made by the administration and the Singhu border has been sealed. Apart from this, barricading and bollards have also been installed on the routes. Meanwhile, in view of the protest on February 13, Delhi Police has issued a traffic advisory. According to the advisory issued by the Delhi Traffic Police on February 13, cars and goods vehicles going to Sonepat, Panipat, Karnal via NH 44 will have to go to Shani Mandir via Alipur Cut. After that, one will have to reach MCD Toll Dehisara via Pala Bakhtawarpur Road Y Point to Dehisara Village Road. Then one can reach Sonepat and Haryana via Jatikala Road via Singhu Stadium, PS Kundli.

Follow this route to go to Sonepat, Panipat, Karnal.

On the other hand, if you come from Exit No. 2 on NH 44, you enter Haryana through DSIIDC Kit, Harish Chandra Hospital Red Light, Sector A/5 Red Light, Ramdev Chowk, and then Suboli Mode, Suboli Border. can. After Ramdev Chowk one can go to Sonipat, Panipat and Karnal via Safiabad mode and Safiabad border. To go to Bahadurgarh, Rohtak etc., take exit 2 of NH 44 through DSIIDC via Bawana Road, Kunjwala T Point, Kunjwala Chowk, Dr Sahib Singh Verma Road, Jhanda Chowk, Nizampur Border , take NH 9 from Saudaha village. Exit which connects to Bahadurgarh.

Use this route to reach Ghaziabad.

Delhi-UP border also needs to be tightened. If you are going to Ghaziabad via Ghazipur border from Delhi, you can reach Ghaziabad via ISBT Anand Vihar, Maharapur and Apsara border via Pistachio Road, Patparganj Road or Mother Dairy Road, Chaudhary Charan Singh Marg opposite Akshardham. are Vehicles have been diverted to Haryana via NH 44 via Apsara, Maharajpur, Loni, Sabhapur, Sonia Vihar board. Under this one can reach NH 44 from Dasna via Dabar Chowk, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad, Hapur Road, GT Road, Meerut Road Expressway, Eastern Peripheral Expressway and turn left via Raicut.

Alternatively, one can reach NH 44 via Raicut by taking a left from Andrapuri Loni, Pooja Pavi, Panchalok, Mandola, Mussoorie, Khekra and Eastern Peripheral Expressway. Also, service lanes from Delhi Dehradun Expressway, Pooja Pavi, Panchalok, Mandola, Mussoorie, Khekra and Lake Eastern Peripheral Expressway can be reached by turning left from Raicutt to NH 44. Alternatively, one can reach NH 44 via Raicut by taking a left from Delhi Dehradun Expressway, Mandola, Mussoorie, Khekra to Tarunika CT Route, Taruniga City, Eastern Peripheral Way.

Gautam Buddha Nagar Police Commissionerate issued an alert.

In view of the protest of the farmers’ organizations, the Gautam Budhnagar Police Commissionerate has also issued a traffic advisory. Barriers have been installed at all the borders from Gautam Buddha Nagar to the Delhi border. The traffic advisory states that strict checking will be done by the Delhi Police and Gautam Budh Nagar Police, due to which traffic may be diverted in case of increased traffic pressure on the routes from Gautam Budh Nagar to Delhi border. will According to the traffic advisory issued by Gautam Budhnagar Police Commissionerate, people going to Delhi should use Metro to avoid inconvenience. Apart from this, the movement of all types of goods vehicles will be prohibited on the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway from Yamuna Expressway to Delhi and from Sirsa to Surajpur via Parichowk. The administration has also released a helpline number in this regard. In fact, in case of traffic problems, the helpline number 9971009001 can be contacted.

Use these routes for transportation in Noida.

  • Delhi-bound vehicles from Challa border will be able to reach their destination via Sector 14A flyover via Golchakra Chowk Sector 15, Sandeep Paper Mill Chowk, Jhandpura Chowk.
  • Vehicles going from DND border to Delhi will be able to reach their destination using elevated via Film City Flyover, Sector 18.
  • Vehicles going to Delhi from Kalindi border will be able to reach their destination via Mahamaya flyover via Sector 37.
  • Delhi-bound traffic using the Yamuna Expressway will be able to get off at Jewar Toll towards Kharja and reach the destination via Jahangirpur.
  • After alighting from the Peripheral Expressway, Delhi-bound traffic via Sirsa, Parichok will be able to reach its destination via Dadri, Dasna instead of alighting at Sirsa.
  • Emergency vehicles will be sent to safe places during the diversion.

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