SAD protest: Huge traffic jam on Gurugram-Delhi border blocks expressway

Vehicles carrying more than two people are being stopped on both Gurugram and Delhi sides

SAD protest: Huge traffic jam on Gurugram-Delhi border blocks expressway

A massive traffic jam at Gurugram-Delhi border. Tribune photo

Tribune News Service

Gurugram, September 17 

A massive traffic jam was reported at Gurugram-Delhi border that has blocked the entire expressway. 

Checking is underway at the border since Thursday night using barricades due to the SAD protest march to the capital today.

People have been asked to avoid the route. The Delhi Traffic Police said that there will be heavy traffic on Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Road, Ashoka Road and Baba Kharak Singh Marg due to the protest.

Vehicles carrying more than two people are being stopped on both Gurugram and Delhi sides, and in many cases, cars have been asked to park there on suspicion.  

"This border is already a nightmare and today’s traffic has worsened it. I have been waiting for 20 minutes and maps show it will take over an hour to reach Dhaula Kuan.  The Gurugram police are still letting us pass, but the Delhi Police are unnecessarily harassing us,” said Rahul Yadav who was headed to CP.  

 

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