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Droupadi Murmu swearing-in: Vehicular movement to be affected in Delhi tomorrow, traffic police issues alert | Deets here

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: India’s 15th President Droupadi Murmu swearing-in ceremony is Tomorrow. Many Delhi routes will be affected due to this. Vehicular movement is likely to be affected in Lutyens Delhi, according to Traffic Police on Sunday. Special arrangements have been made to ensure the smooth flow of traffic, it said. Security beefed up at many areas in Delhi.

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The swearing-in ceremony of Droupadi Murmu, the 15th President of India, will be held in the Central Hall of the Parliament House here on July 25, said an order issued to all central government departments and ministries.

Which roads to avoid?
A senior police officials has asked commuters to avoid these roads from 9 am to noon on Monday. Check the list of routes:-

-Roundabout Kautilya
-Teen Murti Marg
-roundabout Teen Murti
-Akbar Road
-roundabout Gol Methi
-Krishna Menon Marg
-Vijay Chowk
-K Kamraj Marg

Other major roads to be avoided are:
Roundabout Sunehri Masjid, Rafi Marg, roundabout Rail Bhawan, Sansad Marg, Imtiaz Khan Marg, Gurudwara Rakabganj Road, roundabout Patel Chowk, Raisina Road, Dr Rajendra Prasad Road, Maulana Azad Road and Motilal Nehru Marg.

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Buildings to be vacated
The Personnel Ministry on Friday directed partial closure of certain government offices as well. The construction work of the new Parliament building will also be stopped during that time. According to the order, a total of 30 offices are required to be vacated by 6 am for carrying out an anti-sabotage check. This exercise will continue till the ceremony is over, it said.

The buildings that would be vacated early include:

-South Block
-North Block
-Rail Bhawan
-Krishi Bhawan
-Shastri Bhawan
-Sanchar Bhawan
-Press Trust of India (PTI) Building
-Sena Bhawan
-Vayu Bhawan
-Udyog Bhawan and
-Nirman Bhawan among others, according to the order.
These buildings would remain closed from 6 am to 2 pm, it added.

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