Delhi Traffic Update: Police Block THESE Roads For BJP’s Panch Parmeshwar Sammelan On Oct 1st


In preparation for the Panch Parmeshwar Sammelan planned by the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) on October 15 in Ramlila Maidan, Delhi Police issued a traffic advisory on Saturday. According to an official announcement, the meeting will take place on Sunday from 10am in Ramlila Maidan and will be attended by BJP President JP Nadda, a significant number of participants and other top party leaders. According to the advisory, no traffic is allowed after 8am on the following roads: Chaman Lal Marg at VIP Gate, Paharganj Chowk towards Ajmeri Gate, Vivekanand Marg from Minto Road to Kamla Market roundabout and Ranjeet Singh Flyover from Barakhamba Road to Guru Nanak Chowk. JLN Marg runs from Rajghat to Delhi Gate and the roundabout at Kamla Market leads to Guru Nanak Chowk.

An exception has been made for ambulances, patients going to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash (LNJP) hospital, GB Pant hospital and passengers going to New Delhi Railway Station. Buses coming from the north and west to Ajmeri Gate and beyond will be diverted on Rani Jhansi Road, Arambagh Road ends at Arambagh Road and returns via Chitragupta Road, Paharganj Chowk and DBG Road, the consultancy said.

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Vehicles coming from Connaught Place to Kamla Market roundabout will be diverted to DDU Marg and Bhavbhuti Marg. Vehicles approaching JLN Marg from the side of Raj Ghat and Delhi Gate will be diverted to BSZ Marg and Netaji Subhash Marg, it said.

Vehicles coming from Tolstoy Marg towards Mirdard and Guru Nanak Chowk will be diverted to Barakhambha Road. No one is allowed to park on Chaman Lal Marg except VIPs with the parking label. No buses, including chartered buses, are allowed on Ranjit Singh Marg towards Guru Nanak Chowk. No commercial vehicles will be allowed on JLN Marg from Rajghat, it said.

People are advised to avoid the aforementioned roads and routes and to park their vehicles only in the designated parking spaces. Avoid roadside parking as it interferes with the normal flow of traffic. In the event that an unusual or unidentified object or person in suspicious circumstances is spotted, information should be given to the police, it added.

With inputs from PTI





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