In view of the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament House, the New Delhi area has been declared as a controlled area by the traffic police on Sunday.
Due to the large number of VIPs and VVIPs attending the inauguration programme, entry of private vehicles will not be allowed in the New Delhi area. There will be a ban here from 5:30 in the morning till around 4 in the evening.
Delhi Traffic Police has issued a traffic advisory regarding the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament House. The traffic police has said in this that on 28th many dignitaries are going to come to attend the inauguration ceremony. During this, special traffic arrangements have been made to keep the traffic smooth. In this order, New Delhi district has been kept in the controlled area.
Don’t go these routes
According to the traffic police, Mother Teresa Crescent Road, Talkatora, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Gol Dak Khana, Ashok Road, Patel Chowk, Windsor Place, Janpath, Akbar Road, Teen Murti Marg etc. will be considered as regulated areas. Only civil service aspirants, local residents, those with prior permission and emergency vehicles will be allowed to move in this entire area.
Security tight, information will be available on Twitter: In view of the ceremony, there will be tight security around the new Parliament House. Wrestlers have announced Mahila Panchayat here, due to which security arrangements have been made strict. In order to avoid any kind of trouble to the drivers, the Delhi Traffic Police will keep informing the people through its Twitter handle as well. Although the drivers have been advised not to come here, but if anyone has to come to New Delhi area in case of emergency, then they will be told alternate routes. The traffic police has appealed to the people for cooperation.
Which vehicles will be exempted
Only public transport vehicles, civil service aspirants, local residents, vehicles with pre-stickers and emergency vehicles will be allowed to come during the inauguration ceremony. Private vehicle will not be given entry. The traffic police has appealed to the general public and the drivers to help the personnel in maintaining the traffic system smoothly and follow the instructions given patiently.