CAA Protest: The traffic system in Delhi-NCR has been badly affected today due to the ongoing protests against the revised citizenship law. There was a heavy jam in the morning hours in the National Capital Region, while long queues of vehicles were seen on the Delhi-Gurgaon route. The Delhi-Gurgaon road was jammed for several kilometers. People were also disturbed by the long jam at Noida's Mahamaya flyover and Gurgaon's Sarhaul Toll Naka.
In view of the demonstrations, the Delhi Traffic Police is continuously giving information to people by tweeting. Delhi Police tweeted this morning, "Police have imposed blockers and vehicles coming from Gurgaon to Delhi are being investigated." Due to this, the traffic on those routes has been affected. ”Police said that there was heavy traffic from Delhi Gate to GPO due to the rally. Apart from this, traffic on Subhash Marg, Yellow Kothi, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Marg, Red Fort, and Old Delhi Railway Station Road has been affected. The Gurgaon Traffic Police has issued an advisory.
Schools gave a message to take childrenTraffic Alert :-— Gurugram Traffic Police (@TrafficGGM) December 19, 2019
Traffic congestion has been reported on NH-48 near khandsa chowk due to heavy vehicle pressure towards Delhi. @TrafficGGM is on the spot to facilitate the traffic. Inconvenience caused is highly regretted. @gurgaonpolice pic.twitter.com/KU28JqoA2K
CAA Protests between roads and closure of 18 stations of the Delhi Metro have caused problems for parents. Some schools in Delhi have sent messages to parents asking them to make arrangements to take their children. After protests in many places and these messages from some schools, parents got very upset.
CAA Protest: Section 144 in many areas of Delhi
Despite the imposition of Section 144 (prohibitory orders) in many areas of Delhi, the protesters gathered at the Red Fort and Mandi House. Police have taken a large number of protestors into custody. Police said that these protesters were not allowed by the Delhi Police to protest. The detained protesters include student leader Omar Khalid, CPI leader Sitaram Yechury, and a large number of students and social workers.