Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony: Delhi Traffic Police says arrangements in place for tomorrow's proceedings

Elaborate arrangements have been made by the Delhi Traffic Police ahead of the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a second term tomorrow, officials said on Wednesday.

Press Trust of India May 29, 2019 18:36:03 IST
Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony: Delhi Traffic Police says arrangements in place for tomorrow's proceedings
  • Elaborate arrangements have been made by the Delhi Traffic Police ahead of the swearing-in-ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a second term tomorrow

  • A traffic advisory issued a day ahead of the ceremony said several roads in New Delhi District will be closed for movement of the public between 4 pm to 9 pm

  • he swearing-in-ceremony of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and his Council of Ministers is scheduled to take place on Thursday at 7 pm

New Delhi: Elaborate arrangements have been made by the Delhi Traffic Police ahead of the swearing-in-ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a second term tomorrow, officials said on Wednesday.

Narendra Modis swearingin ceremony Delhi Traffic Police says arrangements in place for tomorrows proceedings

File image of a traffic policeman wearing a mask to protect himself from dust and air pollution as he signals to drivers in New Delhi. Reuters

A traffic advisory issued a day ahead of the ceremony said several roads in New Delhi District will be closed for movement of the public between 4 pm to 9 pm on Thursday and asked motorists and public to avoid them.

The swearing-in-ceremony of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and his Council of Ministers is scheduled to take place on Thursday at 7 pm at Rashtrapati Bhawan. A number of Heads of States, heads of governments, constitutional authorities, diplomats, senior political leaders, government officials, media persons are scheduled to attend the ceremony.

The advisory further said roads including 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 for public between 4 pm to 9 pm.

A traffic official added that necessary traffic diversions will be given for several roads including Akbar Road, Rajpath, Teen Murti Marg, Krishna Menon Marg, Pandit Pant Marg, Talkatora Road, Gurudwara Rakab Ganj Road, Tyagaraj Marg and SP Marg.

Similarly, traffic diversions will be given on Khushak Road, K. Kamaraj Marg, Rajaji Marg, Shanti Path, Raisina Road — beyond Rail Bhawan roundabout towards Parliament House and Moti Lal Nehru Marg (beyond roundabout Udyog Bhawan towards RP Bhawan) which are expected to face congestion due to the ceremony, the traffic official added.

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, the advisory added.

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