Panic grips Gurugram as traffic police bans entry of private vehicles into Delhi after 10 pm

Heavy police will be deployed to filter traffic before it entering Delhi

Panic grips Gurugram as traffic police bans entry of private vehicles into Delhi after 10 pm

Traffic jam at Gurugram- Delhi expressway due to construction of Dwarka Expressway Link Road, in Gurugram district on April 5, 2021. — PTI

Sanjay Yadav
Gurugram, April 8

Panic gripped Gurugram after Traffic Police announced the non-entry of private vehicles in Delhi from 10:00 pm on Thursday.

Traffic police issued the notice on their verified Twitter account.

Following chaos at the border on Wednesday due to restrictive entry and COVID checking as per the latest directives has left millennium city harried.

Moments after the issue was shared on social media, those using personal cars to drop or pick up from airports, the employees of local bars and pubs, and those crossing Delhi on the Expressway went ahead seeking their future course of action.

"We have got a letter from Delhi police asking us to sensitise our staff about the same. Delhi has a night curfew and people should avoid any unnecessary travel to save themselves from hassle," said D K Bhardwaj, DCP Traffic, Gurugram.

With this announcement, there has been a rush at the Sarhaul border of people trying to get in Delhi before curfew commencement.

Heavy police will be deployed to filter traffic before it entering Delhi.

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