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Routes to remain diverted for five hours on Modi’s arrival today

Saturday, 04 December 2021 | PNS | Dehradun

Traffic on many routes will remain diverted for five hours from 10 am to 3 pm due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Dehradun today. However, the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) and the senior superintendent of police (SSP) Janmejaya Khanduri clarified that the candidates appearing in the competitive examinations and vehicles associated with emergency services will not be stopped on the restricted routes. He also suggested leaving for the examination centre at least two hours before the scheduled time to avoid being late.

 The police have declared a zero zone for the movement of vehicles on all routes near the Parade Ground. The police informed that all the vehicles will be diverted from Survey Chowk to Araghar, Buddha Chowk to Clock Tower and Darshanlal Chowk to Tehsil Chowk and would not be allowed to pass through the routes near Parade Ground. The traffic from Orient Chowk and Pacific trisection will be diverted to Clock Tower and Dilaram Chowk respectively. The police informed that vehicles of the people arriving to participate in the public gathering at Parade Ground from Rishikesh, Tehri, Thano and Raipur will be parked near Nanaksar Gurudwara in Raipur Road. Vehicles arriving from Haridwar will be parked near Rispana bridge, Dharmpur, and in the premises of Bannu School and Guru Nanak Inter College.

In case the parking gets full at these locations, the vehicles will be parked at the new BJP office on Ring Road, stated the police. Vehicles, including public buses arriving from the Chakrata area, will be parked near The Doon School after dropping passengers at Bindal bridge. Smaller vehicles like cabs will be parked on the ground near Tilak Road. In case these parking spots get full, vehicles will be parked on Mahindra Ground, ONGC Ground and Kaulagarh Park. People arriving from Roorkee and Saharanpur on buses to participate in the public meeting will be dropped at Saharanpur Chowk and the buses will be parked in Hindu National Inter College near Lakshman Chowk. Vehicles arriving from the Mussoorie route will be parked on the ground of Survey of India, Hathibadkala after dropping the passengers at Dilaram Chowk. The SSP stated that the police have made parking arrangements for the drivers of public transport vehicles and requested them to park the vehicles in the designated areas on Saturday. 

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