- First Kanwar Yatra after the construction of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway
- Kanwar Yatra did not happen in 2020 and 2021 due to Corona
- Delhi police also issued alarm regarding Kavad Yatra
Kanwar Yatra: Kanwar Yatra from Sawan month starts from the 14th. Against this background, the traffic police have drawn up a plan. Access will not be granted to Kanwar passengers on the Delhi-Meerut Expressway. Kanwariyas will be able to travel from Meerut to Delhi via Modinagar, Muradnagar and Ghaziabad. While addressing the sensitive issues going on in the country, Delhi police have issued a warning regarding Kanwar Yatra.
Kanwar Yatra starts from July 14th and continues until July 26th.
Due to Corona virus, the Sawan month’s Kanwar Yatra was not held in 2020 and 2021. In such a situation, now after two years, Kanwar Yatra starts from the 14th of July, which will run until the 26th of July. This is the first Kanwar Yatra after the construction of the Delhi-Meerut Expressway. SP Traffic Meerut Jitendra Srivastava says no access will be granted to Kanwariya or Kanwar-related vehicle on the Delhi Expressway from the Meerut border. Whatever the traffic standards are, they will be followed closely.
Kanwar Yatra starts from Haridwar on Delhi-Dehradun Highway NH-58
Let us inform you that pedestrians, bicycles, two-wheeled cars, cars, pace and ox-carts are completely banned on the Delhi-Meerut Expressway. The speed of the vehicles on this express is set at 120 km / h. Kanwar Yatra starts from Haridwar on Delhi-Dehradun Highway NH-58, from where Kanwar pilgrims enter Delhi, Haryana Rajasthan border via Muzaffarnagar, Meerut.
Chhoti Kanwar kawadis will be able to take to Ghaziabad, Delhi via Meerut
Kanwar travelers travel from Meerut via Bulandshahr to Aligarh, Agra, Mathura, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The construction of a high-speed railway project takes place at a distance of 78 km from the Delhi border to Ghaziabad and Modipuram in Meerut. Most of the road here is blocked. In such a situation, the traffic police have drawn up a plan that Shiva followers will not be able to get in from Meerut city by taking a large kanwar from Modipuram in Meerut. They will go from Modipuram in Meerut to Ghaziabad Delhi via bypass. Kavadis on foot and small kanwar will be able to take to Ghaziabad, Delhi via Meerut city.
‘Registration of Kanwariyas will be done by Delhi Police for the first time’
At the same time, Delhi police have also issued a warning regarding Kanwar Yatra. Regarding this, Delhi Police PRO told Suman Nalwa in a special conversation with India TV that Delhi Police have held a lot of meetings about Kavad Yatra. Has also held a meeting with the Delhi government. This is a very important event. Thousands of people carry kanwar in it. In light of this, Delhi Police have taken a new initiative. This time, the registration of Kanwariyas will be done by Delhi Police for the first time. This registration will be free. All passengers going to Kavad are asked to register at kavad.delhipolice.gov.In.
‘Delhi Police will share data with Uttarakhand Police’
He said that due to the registration on this website, Delhi police will have a figure on how many people are traveling from Delhi. It will also be beneficial to provide convenience. Will share this data with Uttarakhand Police. If there is a disaster, if there is an accident, this registration will be very useful. If Delhi Police want the details then it will be very easy to identify them and help them.
Strict security arrangements in the face of sensitive conditions
Delhi Police also told that it is not mandatory, it is up to your wish. According to Delhi police, sensitive cases have come to the fore in the country in a few days, so strict security measures are being taken. All traffic arrangements are made so that no one is disturbed. Delhi Police say that all events will be taken by us so that this journey can run smoothly.