Chhath Puja Delhi Traffic Advisory: A different enthusiasm is seen regarding Chhath Puja in many states across the country. Chhath festival is celebrated with great pomp in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Delhi. If we talk about the country’s capital Delhi, a different enthusiasm is seen regarding Chhath festival in many areas here. In such a situation, strictness is also taken by the government so that the common man does not face any kind of problem.
Recently, the government has announced 19 November 2023 as a dry day in Delhi on the occasion of Chhath festival. Whereas, advisory has also been issued by Delhi Traffic Police. In such a situation, information has been given regarding which routes will be appropriate to travel between November 19 and November 20, 2023, and which routes will not.
How to travel on 19th November and 20th November
According to the advisory of Delhi Traffic Police, people have been advised to travel in the metro. Police say that people may face jams on some roads of Delhi on the evening of 19th November and morning of 20th November. To avoid this, people have been suggested to travel in the metro.
Possibility of congestion on these roads
Normal flow of traffic is likely to be affected on roads adjacent to major ponds on the afternoon/evening of November 19 and morning of November 20, 2023. The route can be changed if necessary by the traffic police.
Besides, travelers have also been advised to avoid roads adjacent to Chhath Puja places. For example, avoid Outer Ring Road, Old Wazirabad Bridge to ITO, Vikas Marg, Pushta Road (Khajuri/Shastri Park), Kalindi Kuni Bridge, GTK Road, Rohtak Road, Pankha. Road, Najafgarh Road, MB Road, Mad Anandamai Marg etc. have been asked to be avoided.