Traffic restrictions for Dwarka Expressway's Haryana segment inauguration.

In preparation for the inauguration of the Haryana segment of the Dwarka Expressway by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar conducted an inspection of the site, including the four-layer trumpet sections, helipad, and the public meeting venue. The PM is scheduled to enter Haryana at the Bajghera border, where he will be welcomed by Governor Bandaru Dattatreya and Chief Minister Khattar.

The Prime Minister is expected to inspect the four-layer trumpet sections on foot before officially inaugurating the Dwarka Expressway at Sector 84 and addressing the public. An exhibition showcasing the Expressway and the development stages of the National Highways Authority of India's project in Haryana will also be displayed during the event.

The Dwarka Expressway aims to connect Shiv Murti near IGI Airport to Kherki Daula toll, providing an enhanced commuting option for a significant population in Gurgaon and facilitating travel to Delhi. The project, estimated at Rs 9,000 crore, is divided into four segments, with two in Delhi (10.01 km) and two in Haryana (18.9 km).

In anticipation of the event, Gurgaon Traffic Police issued a traffic advisory, urging commuters to avoid the road from the cloverleaf interchange towards IMT Manesar on the day of the rally. Heavy vehicles' entry on Dwarka Expressway will be restricted, and drivers are advised to use KMP during this time. Specific routes for vehicles approaching the rally site from various directions were outlined in the advisory.

To ensure security, Gurgaon Deputy Commissioner Nishant Kumar Yadav imposed restrictions on the use of drones by issuing CrPC Section 144 on March 10 and 11. The orders prohibit the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (except for government activities) during this period, with violators facing action under IPC Section 188 for disobeying orders.

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