In Wake Of Tuesday Violence Delhi Police Issues Traffic Advisory

In Wake Of Tuesday Violence Delhi Police Issues Traffic Advisory

 In wake of Tuesday's violence in the national capital after police and ranchers engaged with conflicts at numerous spots during the ranchers' farm tractor rally, Delhi Traffic Police on Wednesday gave a new warning to advise suburbanites about route redirection and which routes ought to be kept away from.
Taking to Twitter the Delhi Traffic Police division tweeted, "Ghazipur Mandi, NH-9 and NH-24 have been shut for traffic development. Individuals driving from Delhi to Ghaziabad are encouraged to take Shahdara, Karkari Mor and Delhi–Noida Direct Flyway."
Traffic is weighty in the courses as 2-2 paths back and forth from Kalindi Kunj to Noida have been shut. The course from Minto Road to Connaught Place has likewise been shut, if it's not too much trouble try not to utilize this course, the DTP added.

Noida: Heavy traffic at Delhi-Noida-Delhi (DND) flyover.
"Two paths each are shut for traffic from Kalindi Kunj to Noida and Noida to Kalindi Kunj, causing weighty blockage" said Delhi Traffic Police
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@dtptraffic @abp @ANI @aajtak Minto Road shut down hefty gridlock from noise dayal and rail route station …
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Prior in the day, Delhi Police has reported that almost 22 has been documented regarding the viciousness during ranchers' farm vehicle rally on the event of India's 72nd Republic Day on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, traffic went haywire on public capital streets as the tractor march taken out by ranchers spilled into numerous pieces of the city and arrived at Central Delhi's ITO and Red Fort territories notwithstanding police raising blockades and designated spots at different spots. Using sticks and clubs and holding the tricolour and association banners, a huge number of ranchers on farm vehicles broke boundaries, conflicted with police and entered Delhi from different points to lay attack to the Red Fort and climb the flagpole on Republic Day.

The traffic on the city streets, however slight because of the Republic Day occasion, was tossed totally out of stuff with swarms of protesting ranchers digressing from the pre-planned meeting courses and driving their farm vehicles towards Delhi from Singhu, Tikri, Ghazipur and other boundary points. Nonetheless, the traffic on most streets in the public capital was re-established by around 9 pm, as indicated by the Delhi Traffic Police.

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