Elaborate arrangements in place for Muharram procession: Traffic Police
NEW DELHI: Delhi Traffic Police has made elaborate arrangements on Muharram procession that would be taken out from various parts of Delhi on September 10.
Hence, some routes would be affected and the traffic police has advised people to plan their journey early and take the margin for traffic congestion due to Muharram
"Those going to New Delhi Railway Station on 10th September 2019 particularly in evening hours should leave in advance and keep sufficient time for possible delay on routes. For reaching New Delhi Railway Station commuters should avoid Connaught Place and reach Ajmeri Gate side through Tilak Marg, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg or through Rajghat and Jawaharlal Nehru Marg depending on the movement of the procession," said a senior police officer.
On September 10 from 9.00 AM onwards "Alam and Taboot" procession will be taken out from Shia Jama Masjid, Kashmere Gate, Chabi Ganj, Chhota Bazar, Bara Bazar and would terminate at Panja Sharif at around 4.00 PM.
Anjuman Taaziadaran organization (The confederation of all Taaziadaran) will take out Tazia processions during the night intervening Septemeber 9 and 10, 2019 from 9 PM onwards.
These Tazias will start from Chhatta Shahzad, Kalan Mahal and pass through Pahari Bhojla, Chitli Qabar, Matia Mahal Chowk, Jama Masjid, Chawri Bazar, Chowk Hauz Qazi, Ajmeri Gate, Pahar Ganj Bridge, New Delhi Railway Station, Chelmsford Road, Connaught Place, Outer circle (wrong carriageway), Parliament Street, Red Cross Road, R/A Krishi Bhawan (wrong carriage way), Raisina Road, Vijay Chowk, Krishna Menon Marg, Tughlak Road, Aurobindo Marg, Jor Bagh and will reach Karbala on September 10 around 6.00 PM.
Several other routes across Delhi Including South Delhi, North-East and east Delhi will also be affected.
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