Congress Yatra Set To Resume In Delhi, Visitors Advisory Issued

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Congress Yatra Set To Resume In Delhi, Traffic Advisory Issued

A lot of pedestrians and automobiles are anticipated to hitch the Yatra.

New Delhi:

Delhi Police on Monday issued a site visitors advisory for Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra which is able to begin from the central a part of town and enter Uttar Pradesh crossing the Loni border.

In response to the advisory, the Congress Yatra will resume round 10 am on Tuesday from Marghat Wale Baba, Hanuman Mandir, close to Purple Fort and attain Loni Border round 12 pm.

The Yatra will journey by way of the Iron Bridge-Shastri Park Metro Station, Previous GT Highway, Furnishings Market, Ansari Highway, Maujpur, Babarpur, Wazirabad Highway, and Gokulpuri Police Station to succeed in the Loni roundabout.

A lot of pedestrians and automobiles are anticipated to hitch the Yatra at varied factors alongside the route, police mentioned.

Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Marg, Netaji Subhash Marg, Ring Highway/MGM Marg, the street from Hanuman Mandir to Previous Iron Bridge, Geeta Colony/Pushta Highway, Ansari Highway, GT Highway, Jafrabad major street, Wazirabad Highway, and Loni Highway can be affected because of the Yatra, it mentioned.

Visitors is predicted to stay heavy from Chhata Rail Chowk, Purple Fort, SPM Marg, Previous Iron Bridge, Pushta Highway, Ansari Highway, on GT Highway from Yudhishthir Setu to Seelampur T-Level, from Shahdra Flyover to Loni Gol Chakkar on Wazirabad Highway and Loni Highway, it acknowledged.

Police requested the commuters to cooperate by avoiding or bypassing the affected roads, and utilizing public transport.

There can be a “graded and dynamic diversion” to make sure clean site visitors, the advisory mentioned, and suggested individuals going in the direction of ISBT/railway stations/airports on Tuesday to plan their journey with adequate time.

The march entered the nationwide capital on December 24.

In response to Uttar Pradesh Congress leaders, the march will enter the state on January 3 and canopy a distance of 120 kilometres earlier than crossing over to Haryana on January 5.

AICC basic secretary (communications) Jairam Ramesh had earlier mentioned that the Yatra, which is at present on a winter break, will resume from the Hanuman Mandir in Delhi’s Kashmere Gate on January 3 and enter Ghaziabad in UP round midday.

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