In view of the farmers' call to gherao Karnal Mini-Secretariat and hold mahapanchayat, the Haryana Police has issued a traffic advisory to avoid journey through Karnal town.
According to information, the main National Highway No 44 (Ambala-Delhi) may see some traffic disruptions in Karnal district.
Therefore, the general public using NH 44 have been advised to avoid journey through Karnal town or otherwise use alternative routes to go to their destination on September 7.
All citizens have been informed about these arrangements in advance so that they are able to plan and modify their journey accordingly, to avoid any inconvenience.
Meanwhile, vehicles coming from the Delhi side will be allowed to reach Chandigarh via Pepsi Bridge (Panipat) via Munak to Assandh and Munak to Gagsina, via Ghoghadipur to Hansi Chowk of Karnal, via Bypass Western Yamuna Canal to Karna Lake via GT Road 44.
Apart from this, light vehicles will be diverted towards Chandigarh via Madhuban, Daha, Bajida, Ghogharipur, Hansi Chowk, Bypass Yamuna Canal, Karna Lake, GT Road 44.
The official release by the police further informed that in view of the farmers' call to gherao Karnal Mini-Secretariat and hold mahapanchayat, vehicles coming from Chandigarh side will be diverted from Pipli Chowk (Kurukshetra) via Ladwa, Indri, Bayana, Neval, Kunjpura via Nangla Megha, Meerut via Amritpur Khurd, Kairavali and Gharaunda via GT Road 44.
Apart from this, light vehicles will be allowed from Ramba Cut Tarawadi via Ramba Chowk Indri Road via Sangoha, Ghid, Baragaon, Neval, Kunjpura via Nangla Megha, Meerut Road via Amrutpanur Khurd, Kairavali and Gharaunda via GT Road-44.
The Haryana government on Monday announced the suspension of Internet and SMS services in Karnal, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Jind and Panipat districts from 12:30 am on September 7.