No police personnel to be present for driving test in Ggn for Haryana Day duty
The issuing of driving licences in Millennium City of Gurgaon will be stalled for three days from Friday as the state is celebrating its mega 50th anniversary on November 1.
As a huge number of police personnels and officers have been deployed for the preparations of the Haryana Day event to be held at Tau Devi Lal stadium, the normal police and administrative duties are further going to be affected as police officers will not be available for certain duties.
From October 28 to November 1, there will be no Gurgaon Traffic Police official for the driving test, the passing of which determines the suitability of a person to get a driving license.
The Gurgaon Police have already started generating circulars for the awareness of general public. A senior police officer said: “As the event on November 1 is going to be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and other dignitaries of the state, the Gurgaon Police do not want to take any chances regarding the security for the mega event.
A large number of officials are going to be busy for the rehearsals of the event and therefore, will be unavailable for the driving test mandatory for driving license required from October 28 to November 1.”
There are around five thousand police officers who are going to be utilised for the 50th anniversary of the state which will be celebrated in the area. The Gurgaon Police have already taken possession of Tau Devi Lal stadium where the event is going to be held and has barricaded the area around it for security reasons.