Kisan Garjana Rally: Delhi Police issue traffic advisory for Monday

18 December, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava

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Delhi Traffic Police have issued a warning in advance of the Kisan Garjana Rally, which will be held on Monday at Ramleela Ground in the national capital.

Delhi Traffic Police have issued a warning in advance of the Kisan Garjana Rally, which will be held on Monday at Ramleela Ground in the national capital.

Heavy traffic congestion are predicted in the surrounding areas due to the large turnout at the demonstration. To facilitate vehicle movement and offer a smooth passage for commuters, the Traffic Police have implemented several limitations, rules, and diversions beginning Monday at 9 a.m. According to the Delhi Police, the demonstration has been called by the Bhartiya Kishan Sangh and will take place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Ramleela Ground in New Delhi.

According to the organisers, around S0-35,000 people are expected to participate through 700-800 buses and 3500-4000 private automobiles.

Delhi Traffic Police on Twitter stated, “Traffic Alert Extensive traffic arrangements have been arranged for the Kisan Garjana Rally, which will be held at Ramleela Ground on December 19. Citizens should arrange their commutes accordingly.”

As per the advisory, the restrictions, regulations and diversions will be imposed on Ranjeet Singh flyover from Barakhamba Road to Guru Nanak Chowk; from Minto Road R/L to R/A Kamla Mkt, Vivekanand Marg; JLN Marg (Delhi gate to Guru Nanak Chowk); R/A Kamla Market to Guru Nanak Chowk; Chaman Lal Marg; Ajmeri Gate towards Asaf Ali Road and Paharganj Chowk and R/A Jandewalan, Desh Bandhu Gupta Road to Ajmeri Gate.

The diversion spots include also Maharaja Ranjeet Singh Marg, Mirdard Chowk, Minto Road R/L, Ajmari Gate, Chaman Lal Marg, Delhi Gate, JLN Marg, R/A Kamala Mkt. to Hamdard Chowk, Bhavbhuti Marg, and Paharganj Chowk, confirmed the Traffic Police.

Furthermore, Traffic Police issued a few directions for the general public and suggested to avoid listed highways or segments, urging commuters to arrange their travel appropriately.