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Delhi Police issues traffic advisory ahead of PM Modi's rally in Dwarka today: Check routes to avoid

Delhi traffic police said that a large number of people are expected to attend this rally which may affect the traffic on surrounding roads. The police have issued an advisory concerning traffic diversions and commuters have been advised to avoid certain roads due to expected congestion.

Edited By: Anurag Roushan @Candid_Tilaiyan New Delhi Updated on: May 22, 2024 7:26 IST
Delhi Police issues traffic advisory ahead of PM Modi rally in Dwarka
Image Source : PTI The traffic will be diverted on several routes in Dwarka.

Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Amid the ongoing Lok Sabha elections in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to hold a rally in Delhi on Wednesday. In view of the rally at Dwarka in southwest Delhi, police have issued an advisory regarding traffic diversions and asked commuters to avoid certain roads. 

Prime Minister Modi's visit to DDA Park in Dwarka sector-14 is scheduled for Wednesday at 6 pm, where he will address a rally. Given the anticipated large turnout, the advisory notes that traffic on the surrounding roads may be significantly impacted. Attendees and commuters in the area should plan accordingly to accommodate potential delays and congestion.

Traffic will be diverted on THESE routes:

  • ISKON Chowk
  • Om Apartment Chowk
  • DXR T-point on Golf Course Road
  • Dwarka Mor
  • Kargil Chowk
  • Rajpuri crossing

Routes to avoid:

  • Dwarka road number 201
  • NSUT T-point
  •  Vegas Mall up to Peepal Chowk
  • Road number 2025
  • Road number 210

People advised to carefully plan their travel

People going to bus stand, railway stations and airports are advised to carefully plan their travel. Motorists are advised to keep patience, observe traffic rules and road discipline and follow directions of traffic personnel deployed at all intersections, the advisory said. On Saturday, PM Modi held a rally in northeast Delhi. Earlier on May 20, BJP president JP Nadda presided over a meeting of senior party leaders at the party headquarters in the national capital. According to the information, the meeting was called to review the party's performance so far in the election, which is in its fifth phase, and devise a strategy for the remaining phases.

Delhi to vote on May 25

It should be noted here that all seven Lok Sabha seats of the national capital will go to the polls on May 25. The national capital is set to witness a riveting showdown between two formidable contenders: the ruling BJP and the formidable I.N.D.I.A. bloc representing the opposition. The political landscape is further enlivened by the alliance between the Congress and AAP, marking a strategic move aimed at challenging the dominant forces. With three parties vying for supremacy, the electoral battleground promises to be intense, with each side mobilising their resources and rhetoric to secure victory in this crucial two-way contest. 

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