After violent clashes broke out between farmers and Delhi Police throughout the tractor rally on Tuesday, DMRC took strict actions curtailed metro providers at varied stations as a way to cease the battle from spreading in different areas of the nationwide capital. The Delhi Metro Rail Company (DMRC) closed the entry and exit gates at a number of metro stations, primarily in north, east and central Delhi.
As per the most recent updates, entry/exit gates of Dilshad Backyard, Jhilmil and Mansarovar Park on the Purple line had been shut. The DMRC additionally closed all of the stations on gray line. Entry and exit gates for a number of stations on Delhi Metro’s inexperienced line stations too have been closed.
The Delhi Metro Rail Company took to Twitter to tell the general public in regards to the short-term closure of metro station gates.
“Entry/exit gates of Delhi Gate metro station are closed,” DMRC stated in a tweet.
Clashes had been seen in a number of components of Delhi because the police used tear gasoline on teams of farmers and resorted to lathi-charge as protestors broke previous barricades with tractors at completely different border factors and didn’t take the pre-decided routes for his or her march within the nationwide capital.
Within the view of Republic Day celebration 2021, Delhi Metro Rail Company (DMRC) has introduced a brand new set of pointers for travelling right now. All of the metro parking tons may also stay closed until 2 pm on January 26, Delhi Metro stated within the launch.
Motion of automobiles too has been badly hit after a number of key roads had been blocked or site visitors was diverted. Entry to Delhi from neighbouring Gurgaon has been blocked at each factors; from MG Highway and from the Delhi-Jaipur freeway.
Entry/exit gates of Samaypur Badli, Rohini Sector 18/19, Haiderpur Badli Mor, Jahangir Puri, Adarsh Nagar, Azadpur, Mannequin City, GTB Nagar, Vishwavidyalaya, Vidhan Sabha and Civil Strains are closed.
— Delhi Metro Rail Company I कृपया मास्क पहनें😷 (@OfficialDMRC) January 26, 2021
All routes to the Ghazipur border in east Delhi has been blocked by Ghaziabad Police in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh. The Delhi Visitors Police had requested commuters to keep away from routes the place protesting farmers are conducting their tractor rally.