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Traffic Curbs In Delhi As AAP Protests Against Arvind Kejriwal’s Arrest

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Speed ​​bumps in Delhi as AAP protests against Arvind Kejriwal's arrest

Police have restricted movement of vehicles in central Delhi (File)

New Delhi:

With the AAP all set to stage a protest against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s arrest, the Delhi Traffic Police has made special arrangements, restricting vehicular movement in the central part of the national capital.

In an advisory, it said traffic in central Delhi will be affected and parking of vehicles will not be allowed on Tughlaq Road, Safdarjung Road and Kemal Ataturk Marg.

The AAP will visit Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s residence to register its protest against Kejriwal’s arrest by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

READ | Delhi Metro closes gates of three stations amid protest against arrest of Arvind Kejriwal

Mr Kejriwal has been arrested by the central agency in connection with the money laundering case related to the now scrapped excise policy in Delhi. He is in custody until March 28.

Traffic will be affected in the New Delhi area due to a special law and order arrangement, the advisory said.

“To ensure smooth traffic management in the New Delhi area, no vehicle is allowed to stop or park anywhere on Tughlak Road, Safdarjung Road and Kemal Ataturk Marg, general public access is not allowed and vehicles are found are parked in the above places. roads will be towed and prosecuted for improper parking and disobedience to lawful instructions,” the report said.

If necessary, traffic will be diverted from Aurobindo Chowk, Tughlaq Road, Samrat Hotel roundabout, Gymkhana Post Office roundabout, Teen Murti Haifa roundabout, Niti Marg roundabout and Kautilya Marg roundabout, it added.

The traffic police also asked commuters to avoid Kemal Ataturk Marg, Safdarjung Road, Akbar Road and Teen Murti Marg.

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