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Delhi Police Issues New Year 2024 Traffic Advisory: Key Details Inside

The Delhi Police has issued a traffic caution ahead of the New Year 2024. Police would be stationed at major places such as Connaught Place, India Gate, Aerocity, Qutub Minar, Greater Kailash, Saket Mall, Netaji Subhash Place, Mukherjee Nagar area, Vasant Kunj Mall, EDM Mall, Pacific Mall, Champa Gali, Hudson Lane, and Hauz Khas, according to authorities.
After 8 p.m., traffic will be controlled in the Connaught Place area. 10,000 police officers will be on the ground to deal with hooliganism and traffic offenses.

To preserve peace and order, Delhi Police will operate in two shifts, and all Station House Officers (SHOs) have been directed to remain on the road. The first shit will start from 5 pm to midnight 12 am. Another shift will be from 12 am to 6 am.

Joy Tirkey, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Northeast), stated that if someone is caught stunt or triple riding, their motorbike would be seized.

The police have increased protection in high-traffic market locations. It has discovered over 500 weak locations. At 287 major crossroads and 233 drunken spots, special checking teams will be stationed.

The Delhi Traffic Police would deploy over 2,500 people to ensure vehicle movement and 250 squads to regulate drunk driving.
Police have also asked people not to drink and drive on New Year’s Eve, to obey traffic signals, and to keep within the speed limits.

“Not to indulge in racing or competition with other vehicles. Especially two-wheeler riders to wear helmets and avoid triple-riding and not indulge in reckless, dangerous or zig-zag driving,” a senior police officer of the south district said, as reported by news agency PTI.

Furthermore, the Police added that an advice has been issued for individuals traveling to the New Delhi and Old Delhi railway stations on December 31.

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