New Year 2024 / If you are celebrating New Year in Delhi-NCR, be a little alert, know where and what are the restrictions?

Zoom News : Dec 31, 2023, 11:30 AM
New Year 2024: In Delhi-NCR too, people are ready to celebrate New Year's Eve with full zeal and enthusiasm. Due to this, New Year is being celebrated in many restaurants, malls and other public places. But if you also live in Delhi-NCR area and are going to celebrate the New Year, then definitely see the advisory of Delhi Police and Delhi Traffic Police. Delhi Traffic Police issued a notice detailing the diversions and closures to avoid New Year's Eve celebrations.

Delhi Police has deployed police personnel at major places to maintain peace. Gautam Buddha Nagar Police has issued prohibitory orders under which Section 144 will continue in the area. The police had already issued an advisory in view of the traffic congestion as a large number of people gather to celebrate.

The places in Delhi where New Year celebrations will be held include Surya Hotel in New Friends Colony, Eros Hotel, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Nehru Place South Extension Market, Select City Walk Mall Saket, Qutub Minar, Promenade Mall, Radisson Blu Hotel, Mahipal Pur Janakpuri. Including District Center and Connaught Place among many other places.

Delhi Traffic Police will impose the following restrictions for all private and public transport vehicles around Delhi from 8 pm on December 31 till the conclusion of New Year celebrations.

See traffic advisory

Any vehicle will not be allowed to stop at R/A Mandi House, R/A Bengali Market, North Floor of Ranjit Singh Flyover, Minto Road Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg Crossing, Chelmsford Road near Munje Chowk, R.K. No permission will be given to proceed further towards Connaught Place.

Ashram Marg-Chitragupt Marg Crossing, R/A Gole Market, R/A G.P.O, Patel Chowk, Kasturba Gandhi Road, Ferozshah Road Crossing, Jal Singh Road-Bangla Sahib Lane and R/A Windsor Place, Connaught Place Interior. Only valid pass holders will be allowed in the middle or outer circle.

Around Connaught Place, limited parking space will be available in designated areas on a first-come, first-served basis.

Passengers who wish to travel to New Delhi Railway Station will have to reach from Ram Manohar Lohia Park Street via Mandir Marg or Rani Jhansi Road or R/A Jhandavian or Deshbandhu Gupta Road. Passengers can also take the R/A GPO or R/A Windsor Place routes. Entry from Connaught Place via Chelmsford Road will be prohibited. From Ajmeri Gate, travelers can reach through the second entrance via Pahar Ganj.

The routes around Old Delhi Railway Station will remain intact.

There will be traffic restrictions around India Gate also.

In West Delhi, commuters should avoid Najafgarh Road, (Dwarka Mod to Zakhira flyover) and Outer Ring Road (Janak Puri to Peeragarh Chowk).

In South Delhi, commuters should avoid these routes - Press Enclave Road Saket to Ring Road, Feroze Gandhi Marg and Veer Savarkar Marg to Central Market Lajpat Nagar, Bhishma Pitamah Marg to New Delhi to Andrews Ganj and Lodhi Road to Ring Road. Till AIIMS.

These 10 restrictions have been imposed in Delhi-NCR, stay alert

1. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said, exiting Delhi Metro's Rajiv Chowk station after 9 pm on December 31 will be prohibited.

2. However, there is no restriction on the entry of passengers and it will be allowed till the last train. Except this all lines will work normally.

3. Delhi Police issues traffic advisory ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations in the national capital. It said there will be necessary deployment of personnel at places where people are expected to gather.

4. Places like Connaught Place, India Gate, Aerocity, Qutub Minar, Greater Kailash, Saket Mall, Netaji Subhash Place, Mukherjee Nagar area, Vasant Kunj Mall, EDM Mall, Pacific Mall, Champa Gali, Hudson Lane, Hauz Khas and other crowded places. -Police will be deployed at crowded places.

5. Traffic will be controlled in Connaught Place area after 8 pm.

6. Delhi Police appeals to public to avoid drunk driving, warning that law enforcement agencies will take "strict action this time".

7. Meanwhile, the Gautam Buddh Nagar Police announced the imposition of prohibitory orders on December 31 and January 1, thus banning unlawful assembly of five or more people in Noida and Greater Noida.

8. Gautam Buddh Nagar police said unauthorized processions, holding religious prayers and consumption of liquor in public places have also been banned for Sunday and Monday.

9. These days, there is a ban on the use of private drones within a radius of one kilometer of government establishments without special permission.

10. Police said that to maintain peace and harmony in Gautam Budh Nagar Commissionerate, any mischievous elements should be prevented from carrying out such activities which are likely to create hostile environment.