Delhi to Face Heavy Traffic Amidst Bharat Jodo Yatra; Advisory Issued
NEW DELHI: Ahead of the commencement of the Bharat Jodo Yatra in the central part of the national capital on 3rd January, the city police have issued a traffic advisory for the smooth movement of the Yatra and the traffic parallelly. The commuters are requested to cooperate by avoiding or bypassing the affected roads and using public transport.
According to the advisory, the Congress Yatra will resume around 10 am on Tuesday from Marghat Wale Baba, Hanuman Mandir, near Red Fort, and reach Loni Border around 12 pm. A ‘graded and dynamic diversion’ is planned for smooth movement of the traffic as a large number of pedestrians and vehicles are expected to join the Yatra at various public routes. Those using the ISBT/railways/airports are asked to plan their travel as per the advisory.
Traffic is expected to remain heavy from Chhata Rail Chowk, Red Fort, SPM Marg, Old Iron Bridge, Pushta Road, Ansari Road, on GT Road from Yudhishthir Setu to Seelampur T-Point, from Shahdra Flyover to Loni Gol Chakkar on Wazirabad Road and Loni Road, the advisory mentioned.
The Yatra entered the national capital on December 24th. It will leave the city on 3rd January entering Uttar Pradesh from the Loni border and cover a distance of 120 Km before crossing over to Haryana on January 5th.