Trump India Visit: Avoid these areas as Delhi will be blocked by Trump motorcade
- Delhi Traffic Police police has released a traffic advisory, ahead of Trump’s visit
Delhi Cantonment, Delhi-Gurgaon Road, Dhaula Kuan, Chanakyapuri, SP Marg, RML Roundabout, and the adjoining areas are likely to remain heavy with traffic.
- Trumps will reach the national capital today evening to meet President Kovind.
AdvertisementDelhi Traffic Police has released a travel advisory for national capital Delhi, ahead of Trump’s visit, which may cause delays amid tight securities.
Delhi is all set to welcome Donald and
The Delhi Police advisory stated that traffic in the evening hours today in the areas of Delhi Cantonment, Delhi-Gurgaon Road, Dhaula Kuan, Chanakyapuri, SP Marg, RML Roundabout, and the adjoining areas is likely to remain heavy.
The traffic police have urged motorists and commuters to keep the travel advisory in mind while planning their travel. The Delhi traffic police have been giving regular updates on their Twitter handle in order to keep the traffic smooth.
Traffic Alert Traffic is affected near Golok Dham, Dwarka due to demonstration.— Delhi Traffic Police (@dtptraffic) 1582516716000
According to the advisory from Delhi Traffic Police, from noon till around 4 pm on Tuesday, the areas of Moti Bagh, Chanakyapuri,
Trumps will reach the national capital today evening from Agra. In New Delhi, the US president will meet with President
During the visit to national capital Trumps will pay homage to the Father of the Nation,
Trump will also have a round-table meeting at the US embassy with the top businesspersons of India as part of his visit.
Around late 10 pm that night the entire delegation from the US will depart from New Delhi on
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