Narendra Modi swearing-in: Delhi Traffic Police issues advisory - You must avoid these roads today
The Delhi Traffic Police has issued a traffic advisory ahead of the swearing-in-ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Council of Ministers for a second term at Rashtrapati Bhawan.
The Delhi Traffic Police has issued a traffic advisory ahead of the swearing-in-ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Council of Ministers for a second term at Rashtrapati Bhawan. Several arrangements have been made in the national capital for smooth conduct of the function keeping in mind the VVIP movements. As per the traffic advisory, several roads in New Delhi District will be closed for public movement between 4 PM to 9 PM on Thursday and motorists and public have been asked to avoid them.
All the roads leading to Rajpath (from Vijay chowk to Rashtrapati Bhawan), Vijay chowk and adjoining areas including North and South fountain, South Avenue, North Avenue, Dara-Shikoh Road and Church Road, will be closed between 4 pm to 9 pm on Thursday. People have also been asked to avoid roads that may face congestion due to heavy movement of vehicles. The commuters might face face diversions on such roads.
These include, Akbar Road, Rajpath, Teen Murti Marg, Krishna Menon Marg, Pandit Pant Marg, Talkatora Road, Gurudwara Rakab Ganj Road, Tyagaraj Marg, S.P. Marg, Khushak Road, K. Kamaraj Marg, Rajaji Marg, Shanti Path, Raisina Road (beyond R/A Rail Bhawan towards Parliament House) and Moti Lal Nehru Marg (beyond R/A Udyog Bhawan towards R.P. Bhawan).
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Traffic signages have been provided for the information of invitees and public. All motorists are advised to follow the directions of the traffic police on duty, it added. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's oath-taking ceremony for the second consecutive term will be held at 7 PM on May 30, 2019, at Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi.
Security in the national capital has also been beefed up as around 8,000 guests including prominent dignitaries, heads of states, constitutional authorities, diplomats, senior political leaders, government officials, celebrities, media persons, have been invited from around the world and across the nation to attend the ceremony.