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Preparations underway for Modi government’s swearing-in ceremony, traffic advisory issued; No entry on ‘these’ roads!

Pratik Mehta

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The swearing-in ceremony of Modi Government 3.0 will be held today. Large scale preparations are going on for this, about 1100 traffic personnel of Delhi Police have been deployed for this. Along with this, a traffic advisory has also been issued. The swearing-in ceremony will start at 6 pm. A large number of people are expected to attend the swearing-in ceremony, which may affect the traffic on the roads around the Rashtrapati Bhavan. According to Delhi Police officials, 5 paramilitary forces will be deployed for the security of Rashtrapati Bhavan. Apart from this, NSG commandos, drones and snipers will also protect Rashtrapati Bhavan during the ceremony.

According to ANI report, Traffic Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Prashant Gautam said that around 1100 traffic personnel have been deployed. They have been informed about all the instructions, we have done all the rehearsals. Advisory has been issued for the general public regarding traffic operations. Tight security and proper arrangements have been made for the foreign delegates and the President coming to the swearing-in ceremony. Different routes have been arranged and control zones have also been created.

Traffic will be closed here from 2 pm to 11 pm

According to Delhi Traffic Police, traffic will be closed on these roads from 2 pm to 11 pm on June 9. Only pedestrians will be allowed.

– Sansad Marg (the road between Transport Bhawan and T-Point Rafi Ahmed Kidwal Marg)

– North Avenue Road

– South Avenue Road

– Kushak Road

– Rajaji Marg – Krishna Menon Marg

– Talkatora Road

– Pandit Pant Marg

No vehicle will be allowed to move or stop on these routes.

-Imtiaz Khan Marg

– Rakabganj Road

– Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Marg

– Pandit Pant Marg

– Talkatora Road

If anyone parks the vehicle on the above roads, the vehicle will be towed by the traffic police and a case will be registered for violation of the legal notice. These towed vehicles will be parked in the traffic pit on Pandit Pant Marg leading to Gole Post Office. Also, DTC buses will not run on the roads around Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Meanwhile, before taking oath as Prime Minister for the third time this evening, Narendra Modi visited Rajghat this morning. After this, he went to the ‘Sadaiv Atal’ memorial. And then he went to the war memorial and saluted the martyrs.

Pratik Mehta

Pratik Mehta

I am Pratik Mehta, a passionate business news writer dedicated to covering economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments.

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