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Delhi Visitors Police Points Advisory For Rahul Gandhi Led Bharat Jodo Yatra Tomorrow

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Residents are requested to plan their commute accordingly as a number of roads will witness large visitors on Tuesday, December 3 because of Bharat Jodo Yatra.

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bharat jodo yatra delhi

Delhi: Delhi Police on Monday issued a visitors advisory for Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra which can begin from the central a part of the town and enter Uttar Pradesh crossing the Loni border. In accordance with the advisory, the Congress Yatra will resume round 10 am on Tuesday from Marghat Wale Baba, Hanuman Mandir, close to Pink Fort and attain Loni Border round 12 pm.

The Yatra will journey through the Iron Bridge-Shastri Park Metro Station, Outdated GT Street, Furnishings Market, Ansari Street, Maujpur, Babarpur, Wazirabad Street, and Gokulpuri Police Station to achieve the Loni roundabout.

Delhi Roads To Be Affected Due To Bharat Jodo Yatra

  • Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Marg
  • Netaji Subhash Marg
  • Ring Street/MGM Marg
  • the highway from Hanuman Mandir to Outdated Iron Bridge
  • Geeta Colony/Pushta Street
  • Ansari Street
  • GT Street
  • Jafrabad primary highway
  • Wazirabad Street
  • Loni Street

Heavy Visitors Roads

Visitors is predicted to stay heavy from Chhata Rail Chowk, Pink Fort, SPM Marg, Outdated Iron Bridge, Pushta Street, Ansari Street, on GT Street from Yudhishthir Setu to Seelampur T-Level, from Shahdra Flyover to Loni Gol Chakkar on Wazirabad Street and Loni Street, it said.

In accordance with Uttar Pradesh Congress leaders, the march will enter the state on January 3 and canopy a distance of 120 kilometres earlier than crossing over to Haryana on January 5.



Revealed Date: January 2, 2023 4:40 PM IST


Up to date Date: January 2, 2023 4:40 PM IST

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