Pageant goers in Delhi-NCR are flocking to completely different markets for buying forward of Diwali, which can be noticed on October 24. This has resulted in large site visitors snarls in a number of components of town. A video of 1 such jam on the Sarhaul border confirmed the Delhi-Gurugram expressway chock-a-block with autos shifting at a snail’s tempo on Friday. An ambulance was seen attempting to make its approach via site visitors, however was unable to.
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Whereas there’s a full ban on the sale and use of firecrackers in Delhi, it’s not the case in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh which have each mandated the usage of “inexperienced” crackers. Therefore, many from Delhi are going over to markets in Gurugram and Noida to purchase firecrackers.
On high of that, within the nationwide capital, there are restrictions on vehicular motion as a result of high-profile Interpol Normal Meeting on at Pragati Maidan.
Elevated police patrolling in heavy footfall areas
Police are taking all preventive measures to make sure a easy Diwali. Delhi Police has additionally intensified patrolling, enhanced its presence and is finishing up anti-sabotage checks in heavy footfall areas of the capital, together with markets and malls. Flag marches and foot patrolling had been performed in crowded market of Sarojini Nagar, which normally witnesses heavy footfall throughout the festive season.
Particular commissioner of police (legislation and order) Sagar Preet Hooda stated, “In view of festive season, we’ve intensified our patrolling in market areas, further police pickets have additionally been put in and personnel have been deployed. From the anti-terror viewpoint, anti-sabotage checks are being achieved to make sure that no anti-social or anti-national parts perform actions that may hurt anyone’s life,” including, “we’ve robust police presence throughout the festive season. For girls’s security, we’ve additionally deployed ladies personnel on the bottom.”
Final metro service at 10 pm on Diwali
The final metro prepare service on all DMRC corridors will begin at 10 pm from terminal stations on account of Diwali. The routine time for that on common days is 11 pm.
“On account of the Diwali competition, the final metro prepare service on October 24 (Monday), will begin at 10 (2200 Hrs) from terminal stations of all metro strains,” the Delhi Metro Rail Company stated in a press release. Metro prepare providers will run as standard for remainder of the day on Diwali from routine graduation timings on all of the strains,” the DMRC stated.
(With PTI inputs)
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