Bharat Bandh: DMRC shuts entry, exit at Shree Ram Sharma metro station
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on Monday said that entry and exit at the Pandit Shree Ram Sharma metro on the Green Line were closed owing to security reasons.
New Delhi: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on Monday said that entry and exit at the Pandit Shree Ram Sharma metro on the Green Line were closed owing to security reasons.
The decision of the DMRC comes in view of the 'Bharat Bandh' called by farmers' unions against Centre's three farm laws, which began from 0600 hours and will continue till 1600 hours. "Security Update: Entry/exit for Pandit Shree Ram Sharma has been closed," the DMRC tweeted on Monday morning.
Meanwhile, the Delhi Traffic Police in a series of tweets said, "Due to Bharat Bandh, Netaji Subhash Marg carriageway (Red Fort--Dariyaganj) from T point Subhash park Carriageway (Dariyaganj --Red Fort) at Khas cut near Kabutar Market have been closed."
"The Gazipur border is closed for traffic from both sides. Commuters wishing to commute to and from UP may use DND, Vikas Marg, Signature bridge, Wazirabad roads etc. Traffic on NH24 and NH9 are diverted on road no 56 to take Maharajpur border, Apsara and Bhopura borders for UP," it said. (UNI)