20 Jun 2022

Delhi-Gurgaon Traffic: Severe jam reported, Gurugram Police share updates

In its latest update, Gurugram Traffic Police in a tweet said: Now, Traffic is fine on NH-48. Thank you for your co-operation. "Earlier on Twitter, Gurugram Traffic Police had said:" There is traffic congestion on the NH-48 at Sirhol Border heading for Delhi due to checkpoints blocked at Delhi Border. "
"In the unlikely event of an accident, passengers are requested to use alternative routes (Mehrauli Gurgaon Road, Faridabad Road, KMP etc.)," ​​he said.

Parts of Delhi saw heavy traffic congestion on Monday as traffic police closed several roads for calling for Bharat Bandh, as well as a protest by Congress against the Agnipath's institutional plan and "vendetta politics" against Rahul Gandhi.
Heavy traffic was reported on the Delhi-Noida-Delhi flyway, Meerut Expressway, Anand Vihar, Sarai Kale Khan, Pragati Maidan and the Delhi-Gurugram border.

Long lines of slow-moving vehicles were seen in these areas.

Some riders have gone to Twitter to share their grief.

Protests have been reported against the Center Agnipath recruiting security program in other parts of the country.

In a series of tweets, Delhi Traffic Police notified commuters of road closures.

Please avoid the junction of Gol Methi, Tughlak Road Junction, Claridges Junction, Q-point Junction, Sunehri Masjid Junction, Maulana Azad Road Junction & Man Singh Road Junction between 1200 hrs and 1700 hrs. Thanks to special arrangements there will be more traffic on these roads, "Delhi traffic police tweeted.

Earlier, Delhi Traffic Police said: “Please avoid Motilal Nehru Marg, Akbar Road, Janpath & Man Singh Road between 0800 hrs and 1200 hrs. Thanks to special programs it will not be possible to drive on these roads. "
More than 80 trains have been canceled and heavy traffic congestion is being witnessed across Delhi-NCR as some organizations have called for "Bhararat Bandh" to mark their protest against the Agnipath recruitment plan unveiled by the Central government last week. This comes a day after Tri-service kings overturned the withdrawal of the program.

Passengers in the country's capital have found it difficult to travel as traffic jams are reported in various parts of the city including the Delhi-Gurugram highway as Delhi Police put up barriers at various checkpoints following Bharat Bandh against the Agnipath Scheme.

Security measures are being taken at various railway stations in many provinces as many stations are destroyed and many trains are set on fire.

18 trains to the East scheduled for various Northern Railway stations have been canceled today, according to Northern Railways.

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