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Before you go today, check out these routes for the opening of the new parliament building

Because the new Parliament building was inaugurated today, special traffic arrangements have been made in the nation's capital. In order to guarantee a seamless flow of traffic and increased security during the event, the Delhi Police released a traffic warning listing the steps to be taken.
New Delhi will be regarded as a “controlled area” in accordance with the Delhi Police traffic directive. Only branded cars, emergency vehicles, public transport vehicles, aspirants to the civil service and legitimate residents would be permitted to travel.
The national capital's security has also been stepped up by the Delhi Police. In addition, the new Parliament building will be heavily guarded around the clock and CCTV monitoring is being conducted by officials with the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP).
Today's traffic advisory
According to the warning, the following areas will be classified as regulated areas:
Roundabout at Mother Teresa Crescent Road Gol Dak Khana Roundabout Talkatora Baba Kharak Singh Marg Roundabout Roundabout at Patel Chowk and Ashoka Road Windsor Palace Roundabout Janpath Gol Methi Roundabout MLNP Akbar Road Roundabout GKP
Roundabout at Teen Murti Marg Crescent Road Teen Murti and Mother Teresa
Only those aspiring to the public service, lawful residents, branded cars, and emergency vehicles will be permitted to go through this region.
The New Delhi area should be avoided from 5:30 am to 3 pm, according to the Delhi traffic police, who noted that numerous VVIPs and other dignitaries are anticipated to attend the inauguration event.
The general public and drivers are asked to exercise patient, adhere to traffic laws and road etiquette, and obey the instructions of traffic officials stationed at all intersections. They are also advised to stay informed by following Delhi Traffic Police on Facebook, Twitter, their website, and their hotline.
Candidates for the civil service whose test locations are in the New Delhi District are urged to schedule their travel a bit earlier and provide extra time to minimise trouble.

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