PM Narendra Modi's Ghaziabad roadshow today: Avoid these routes | Traffic advisory | Latest News India - Hindustan Times
close_game
close_game

PM Narendra Modi's Ghaziabad roadshow today: Avoid these routes | Traffic advisory

Apr 06, 2024 10:12 AM IST

PM Narendra Modi will hold a roadshow in Ghaziabad on Saturday, April 6. The traffic police issued an advisory on routes to avoid.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, April 6, will hold a mega roadshow in Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad, with heavy deployment of police and security personnel across the city. With this roadshow, Modi will kick start the BJP's western Uttar Pradesh campaign for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. The Ghaziabad traffic police also issued an advisory, requesting commuters to avoid certain routes for the day.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to hold roadshow in Ghaziabad today (Narendra Modi-X)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi to hold roadshow in Ghaziabad today (Narendra Modi-X)

Modi's roadshow will span from Maliwara Chowk in Naya Ganj to Chaudhary Mod in Gandhi Nagar, Ghaziabad. It is expected that over two lakh people will participate in the roadshow as the prime minister campaigns for BJP's Lok Sabha candidate from the constituency, Atul Garg.

Unlock exclusive access to the latest news on India's general elections, only on the HT App. Download Now! Download Now!

The Ghaziabad Police is planning on checking every vehicle passing through the border, the traffic advisory said.

Read more: Ghaziabad all set for PM Modi’s roadshow, BJP looks to gain big in western Uttar Pradesh

Ghaziabad traffic advisory today

Movement of heavy and commercial vehicles will be completely restricted from 1pm on April 6 between Chaudhary Mod and Lal Kuan, Atmaram Steel trisection and Diamond trisection, Alt intersection and Meerut Tiraha, Tulsi Niketan and Karangate roundabout, Jalnigam T-point and Meerut trisection, Vasundhara Bridge and Mohannagar, and Seemapuri and Mohannagar.

The traffic police further said that the movement of public, roadways or city buses will not be restricted from 2 pm onwards, while the movement of autos and e-rickshaws will not be allowed in multiple areas from 3 pm onwards.

Private two-wheeler and four-wheeler vehicles will not be allowed to enter 14 major road stretches in Ghaziabad on Saturday.

Read more: 'Pakistan mein ghus kar marenge': Rajnath Singh on terrorism | 5 quotes

These road stretches are - Rakesh Marg to Chaudhary Morh; Lohia Nagar Tiraha to Old Bus Stand; RDC Bridge Hapur Chungi Side to Old Bus Stand; Sihani Gate Police Station to Old Bus Stand; Ghukna Mode to Meerut Tiraha; Siddharth Vihar intersection to Meerut Tiraha; Basant Chowk to Maliwara Chowk; Ramte Ram Road to Maliwara Chowk; Ramte Ram Road to Chaudhary Mode/Ghantaghar; Gaushala to Dudhevshranath Temple; Vijaynagar Dhobi Ghat Railway Bridge to Chaudhary Morh; Meerut Tiraha U-turn to Hapur Tiraha; Nandgram Tiraha to Meerut Tiraha; and Rotary Roundabout to Hindon River Metro station.

Read more: Sonia Gandhi, Kharge's 'big' rally in Jaipur on Congress manifesto today

The authorities have made parking arrangements at the Nehru Nagar auditorium for the roadshow. As many as 6,000 cops have been deployed across the city, and drone-free zone has been declared in most areas of Ghaziabad.

Tell us what your First Vote will stand for in a short video & get a chance to be featured on HT’s social media handles. Click here to know more!

Get Current Updates on India News, Elections 2024, Lok Sabha Election 2024 Live, Election 2024 Date, Weather Today along with Latest News and Top Headlines from India and around the world.
SHARE THIS ARTICLE ON
Share this article
  • ABOUT THE AUTHOR
    author-default-90x90

    Follow the latest breaking news and developments from India and around the world with Hindustan Times' newsdesk. From politics and policies to the economy and the environment, from local issues to national events and global affairs, we've got you covered.

SHARE
Story Saved
Live Score
OPEN APP
Saved Articles
Following
My Reads
Sign out
New Delhi 0C
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Start 14 Days Free Trial Subscribe Now
Follow Us On