Long jam on Delhi-Gurugram Expressway, protest on demand for 'Ahir Regiment'
Long jam on Delhi-Gurugram Expressway, protest on demand for 'Ahir Regiment'

The effect of the bandh called by the Ahirs is now beginning to be seen. In fact, due to the protests here, there has been a long jam on the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway (NH-48), and now the pictures of that time are now coming out. Let us tell you all that members of the community are taking out a march on the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway (NH-48) to demand the creation of the Ahir Regiment. Yes, and it will take out a march from Kherki Dhaula Toll to Hero Honda Chowk. In fact, the Gurugram Traffic Police has already issued an advisory regarding the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway (NH-48). It said traffic on the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway could remain disrupted for up to 10 hours.

Today i.e. on Wednesday, from 7 am to 5 pm, the movement of vehicles on the highway is going to be disrupted. On the other hand, DCP (Traffic) Virendra Singh Tomar said, "Traffic from Hero Honda Chowk will be diverted towards Subhash Chowk/Pataudi Road. Vehicles coming from Delhi will be diverted through alternate routes through Golf Course Road and Sohna Road.''

The traffic from Jaipur to Delhi will be diverted from South Peripheral Road before Kherki Dhaula Toll Plaza. At the same time, during this time people can go via Sohna Road. At the same time, an advisory has been issued to all heavy/goods vehicles coming from Jaipur to go to Panchgaon to Delhi and KMP Expressway to go to Faridabad. Yes, and the entry of all heavy and goods vehicles will remain closed throughout the day on NH-48. On the other hand, in the traffic schedule issued by the police, only light vehicles will be able to leave and buses will not be allowed to leave on this route.

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