Farmers movement: Know the traffic advisory before going to Delhi-Haryana

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After the farmers’ announcement of ‘Dilli Chalo’ on 13th February, all the borders of Delhi have been sealed. Be it Ghazipur border or Tikri, Sambhu border or Singhu border… everywhere there is heavy guard by police and security forces. The borders of Delhi have been converted into cantonments and the entry of farmers has been completely banned.

Today (February 13), common people may also face problems while leaving their homes, hence an appeal has been made to use the metro as much as possible and follow the traffic advisory.

Ghazipur border

Vehicles going from Ghazipur border to Ghaziabad can take the Pushta Road opposite Akshardham Temple or Patparganj Road/Mother Dairy Road or Chaudhary Charan Singh Marg ISBT Anand Vihar and exit from Maharajpur or Apsara border in UP Ghaziabad.


4 routes to go to Haryana

One can travel via Dabur Chowk – Mohan Nagar – Ghaziabad – Hapur Road – GT Road – Delhi Meerut Expressway – Dasna – Eastern Peripheral Expressway.

Indrapuri can be reached through Loni – Pooja Pavi – Panchalok – Mandola – Mussoorie – Khekra (29 km) Eastern Peripheral Expressway.

From the service lane of Delhi Dehradun Expressway, Pooja Pavi to Panchlok – Mandola-Mussoorie – Khekra Eastern Peripheral Expressway can also be an option.

One can go via Tronica City route via Delhi Dehradun Expressway via Mandola – Mussoorie – Khekra – Eastern Peripheral Expressway.

To go from noida to delhi

The arrival of all types of goods vehicles will be restricted on the route from Yamuna Expressway to Delhi via Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and from Sirsa to Surajpur via Parichowk. Drivers can use alternative routes to avoid traffic inconvenience.


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