Some arterial stretches extend in delhi were shut for traffic development on friday, taking into account the ranchers' dissent being held to stamp one year of the authorization on the homestead laws. Allies of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) party and activists from different gatherings partake in a dissent walk coordinated on the finishing of one year of authorization of the focal government's agrarian changes, in New delhi on september 17, 2021. delhi Traffic police said on friday that both the courses on the Jharoda Kalan line will stay shut due to the fights.
They likewise cautioned that traffic will stay weighty around Gurudwara Rakabganj Road, ram Lohia Hospital, GPO, Ashoka Road and baba Kharak Singh Marg. In another tweet, they said vehicles coming from Gurugram towards Sardar patel Marg and those coming from the Naraina circle, will likewise be redirected on the Ring Road towards Moti Bagh.
Traffic from Pusa traffic circle going towards shankar Road has additionally been redirected towards Pusa Road. For an hour in the first part of the day, the course from Sadar patel Marg towards Dhaula Kuan was shut for traffic development. This has now been opened, the police said.
In the meantime, the delhi police on thursday gave a notification to Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president sukhbir singh badal and representative Daljit Singh Cheema, denying the party's dissent walk from Gurdwara Rakabganj to parliament on Friday. According to the notification given by representative chief of police (DCP) deepak Yadav, a wide range of social, political, sports, diversion, scholarly, social, strict and celebration related get-togethers and assemblies are denied in the public capital till september 30 taking into account the continuous Covid-19 pandemic.
Dismal general secretary prem Singh Chandumajra on thursday said their party will notice september 17 as 'Dark Day' on the fruition of one year of the order of the three antagonistic homesteads laws and will hold a dissent walk from Delhi's Gurdwara Rakabganj to parliament, requesting nullification of the three laws.
"The walk will be tranquil. We will give a reminder to the public authority to revoke the three homestead Laws. Regardless of whether we don't get consent to dissent, we will dissent calmly and give our reminder," he said.