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Delhi Police issued traffic advisory ahead of procession

According to the advisory, Muharram can be noticed within the metropolis on Friday and Saturday.

Delhi Police on Thursday issued a traffic advisory in view of Tazia procession that can be taken out throughout town on the event of Muharram. According to the advisory, Muharram can be noticed within the metropolis on Friday and Saturday.

Tazia procession can be taken out on Friday round 9 pm from Chhatta Shahzad, Kalan Mahal and cross by way of Kamra Bangash, Chitli Qabar, Churi Walan, Matia Mahal, Jama Masjid, Chawri Bazar and Hauz Qazi. Then the procession can be taken again within the reverse route, the advisory stated.

Another procession can be taken out from Old Police Chowki and cross by way of Ashok Basti, Qutub Road, Khari Baoli, Lal Kuan, Hauz Kazi, Chawri Bazar until Jama Masjid and can be taken again on the identical route. The Tazias from Nizamuddin, Okhla and Mehrauli would attain Karbala immediately.

Tazia processions may also be taken out in east, northeast and Shahdara, northwest (Inderlok and Jahangirpuri), southeast (Nizamuddin), south and west districts and can terminate at native Karbala’s of the respective districts, it acknowledged.

The procession will reform at 11 am on Saturday and can take the identical route and assemble at Kalan Mahal to proceed to Karbala, Jor Bagh by way of Chhatta Shahzad, Kalan Mahal and cross by way of Pahari Bhojla, Jama Masjid, Chawri Bazar, Chowk Hauz Qazi Ajmeri Gate, Pahar Ganj Bridge, New Delhi Railway Station, Parliament Street roundabout, Patel Chowk, Rafi Marg, Sunheri Bagh Mar, Tuglak Road, Aurobindo Marg, Jor Bagh and attain Karbala, the advisory stated.

The metropolis buses approaching Desh Bandhu Gupta highway certain for Ajmeri Gate and past can be curtailed on Aram Bagh return by way of Chitragupta Road Paharganj.

The buses certain for New Delhi Railway Station may also be curtailed at Aram Bagh, whereas buses certain for Connaught Place and Central Secretariat will take Rani Jhansi Road Mandir Marg-Park Street and terminate at Udan Marg and return by way of Kali Bari Marg, the advisory acknowledged.

Meanwhile, the buses coming from east and central districts on W-Point certain for Connaught Place and Central Secretariat will take Sikandra Road and terminate at Mandi House and on return they are going to take Bhagwan Dass Road – Tilak Marg, it stated.

Traffic can also be more likely to be affected on Mathura Road, Maa Anandmai Marg, Mehrauli – Badarpur Road, Road No. 56 (reverse Anand Vihar Terminal), Road Number 66 (in the direction of Wazirabad), Pankha Road, Palam Dabri Road Zakhira Flyover to Inderlok Metro Station and Najafgarh Road from – Zakhira to Kishanganj, and so on., on account of different native processions, the advisory stated.

Those going to New Delhi Railway Station on Saturday ought to keep away from Connaught Place and attain Ajmeri Gate aspect by way of Tilak Marg, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg or by way of Rajghat and Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg relying on the motion of the procession, it stated.

In order to make sure clean traffic administration, motion of traffic can be regulated from 12 pm to 9.30 pm on Jama Masjid Road/Chawri, Asaf Ali Road, JLN Marg, Nai Sadak, Panchkuian Road, Outer Circle of Connaught Place, Sansad Marg, Rafi Marg, Tughlak Road, Ashoka Road, Barakhamba Road, KG Marg, Janpath, Lodhi Road, Jor Bagh Road and so on., the advisory acknowledged.

The traffic is more likely to decelerate alongside the routes of the processions and adjoining roads. The commuters are suggested to keep away from these routes. For uninterrupted journeys commuters are suggested to make use of metro companies, particularly on affected routes, it added.

Nilesh Desai
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