India News: The Delhi Police on earlier this day tweeted that the road from Delhi to Ghaziabad, NH-24 will now be opened for public traffic commute. Traffic restriction along the highway was imposed first on February 1st after violent riots broke out on January 26th Republic Day. The move was taken to review the law-and-order situation at Ghazipur border.
“In view of prevailing law and order situation at the Ghazipur border and considering public convenience, the carriageway of NH-24 going towards Ghaziabad from Delhi has been opened after consultation with police officials of Ghaziabad district,” Delhi Police tweeted.
The NH-24 road was opened on January 28th, but within three days the road was shut down by Delhi Police near Akshardham concerning the Farmers’ Protest going on seriously back then. On March 8th the road was closed once again. Then travelers were asked to take diversion via 57A Hassan Pura and Karkari Mor or the highway number 56 through Anand Vihar.
“Due to protest of Kisan Andolan, Nainital highway No. 9 and NH-24 is closed at the point of UP Gate. Traffic is heavy in both carriageways. The diversion has been given from Delhi towards Ghaziabad,” it tweeted.