Traffic update of Noida, Faridabad and Gurugram
Due to the farmers' movement, there is a possibility of long traffic jams in the surrounding areas including Delhi-NCR. Right now there are only a few areas where the traffic speed is slow, but it is being said that there may be long traffic jams at the time of leaving the office. Due to barricading, the speed of vehicles has slowed down a bit, but there is no jam as of now. However, there may be traffic jam in Gurugram, Faridabad and Noida during peak hours.
Ghaziabad Police has issued a traffic advisory to the people to avoid the jam and has diverted the traffic from different routes, but despite this, there is a long jam here. Police says that soon people will get relief from the jam. Will get it. To stop the farmers from going to Delhi, heavy police force has been deployed on the Delhi Ghazipur border, and a concrete wall has also been erected. Due to this, there is a jam on the road for about 6 kilometers long. Due to the long traffic jam, students from Haryana who had come to Ghaziabad-Noida to appear for the examination also missed their examination.
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What is the traffic update in Gurugram?
At the same time, traffic in Gurugram has also been badly affected due to the farmers' movement. In view of the farmers' movement, heavy force has been deployed by Gurugram Police. Many police force teams are deployed on all the borders of Gurugram. Due to this, traffic diversion has been done in Gurugram also. Vehicles coming from Nuh are being stopped. Blockade has been imposed at KMP border and Sohna. Apart from this, vehicles coming from Jhajjar are being stopped at Farrukhnagar. Blockade has been imposed here also. Thousands of police forces have been deployed. It is being told that the situation in Ghazipur may worsen after 6 pm, when people will return from office.
There may be long traffic jam in Noida
Talking about Noida, there is no special problem here right now. However, due to barricading on the road entering Noida from Kalindi Kunj, there may be some traffic jam during peak hours. There is some jam on DND also, but the queues of vehicles are not very long. Traffic has slowed down due to police barricades.
The police has closed the route coming from Ghazipur towards Delhi and Noida. There is some barricading on the flyover, due to which there may be some traffic jam during peak hours. People who are going from Delhi to Faridabad do not have any problem, due to barricading the traffic may slow down a bit in the evening. Traffic remained normal on Ghazipur border from 4.30 pm but traffic is likely to increase in the evening.
Clash begins between police and farmers
On the other hand, a situation of conflict has started forming between the farmers on the Shambhu border. Farmers have broken the side railings on the highway and are trying to enter Delhi by breaking the wires and barricades on the border. On the other hand, some farmers have also reached Delhi Ghazipur border. There are possibilities that a large number of farmers may reach there within a few hours.