It is important to keep these things in mind before watching the Republic Day parade read the guidelines of Delhi Police

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Highlights

  • The parade route used to be 8.3 kms, it has now reduced to 3.3 kms.
  • The parade route has been reduced by 5 kilometres.
  • The flags that come out after the parade will end only by going to the Red Fort.

This time also the Republic Day parade has been shortened due to the Kovid epidemic. Earlier the parade started from Vijay Chowk and went till the Red Fort. But like last year, this time also the parade will start from Vijay Chowk and end at the National Stadium near India Gate. The shadow of the Kovid epidemic is hovering over the Republic Day celebrations this time too. Due to this, earlier the parade route used to be 8.3 kms, it has now reduced to 3.3 kms. Meaning the parade route has been reduced by 5 kilometres. However, after the parade, the shocks that come out will end only by going to the Red Fort.

Due to the Kovid epidemic, many changes have been made this time too-

Only those who have tickets and passes will be able to watch the parade of 26 January. The rest watch the parade on TV at home. Earlier, those who used to stand and watch the parade on the way of the parade, will not be allowed.

Earlier, 1.25 lakh people used to watch the parade, which was reduced to 25 thousand in the year 2021 due to Kovid. But this time the number of viewers will be around 8 thousand only.

The temperature of those who come to see the Republic Day parade will be seen. Also it is necessary to wear a mask. Arrangements will also be made for sanitizers everywhere.

Not only this, like every time, there will be traffic prevention around the exit routes of the parade during the full dress rehearsal of 23 January and the celebration of 26 January.

From 6 pm on January 25 till the end of the parade on January 26, there will be a ban on traffic in and around Vijay Chowk.

Traffic movement crossing Rafi Marg, Janpath, Main Singh Road will be banned from 11 pm on 25 January till the end of the celebrations on 26 January.

From 2 am on January 26, C Hexagon India Gate will remain closed till the end of the traffic parade.

Along with this, from 10 am on January 26, there will be a complete ban on the exit of the tableau from Tilak Marg to Red Fort. However, the traffic on the cross road of this route will be closed during the exit.

Not only this, the Central Secretariat and Udyog Bhawan metro station will be completely closed from 5 am to 12 noon on January 26. Also, the restriction on Lok Kalyan Marg, Patel Chowk and ITO Metro station will start from 8.45 am on January 26. This restriction will remain at these metro stations till 12 am on January 26.

According to the Delhi Police, all the borders with Delhi will be sealed from 10 pm on January 25. At present, Heavy Transport and Light Good Vehicles will not be allowed to enter Delhi in Delhi. Delhi Police has already imposed a ban on flying any kind of drones in Delhi from January 20 to March 15.

Delhi Police has completed preparations in view of the terror threat looming over the Republic Day celebrations. The parade route from Vijay Chowk to Red Fort has been converted into a cantonment. About 30 thousand soldiers have been deployed for the security of Republic Day celebrations. In which apart from the Delhi Police personnel, Delhi Police Commandos, NSG and Paramilitary Force are also included. According to the Delhi Police Commissioner, in view of the terrorist threat, 26 parameters of Anti Terrorism have been raised. Not only this, anti-drone systems have also been installed from place to place to deal with the terrorist threat posed by drones.

According to Delhi Police, Anti Terror M/s of 26 different parameters have been taken from Delhi Police since last 2 months. More than 20 thousand policemen have been deployed for the parade. Including officers and paramilitary forces. Delhi Police’s 71 DCP, 213 ACP, 753 Inspector have been given the command of security of the parade. Delhi Police’s 27 thousand 723 jawans, commandos, sharpshooters have been deployed in the security of the parade, for which 65 company permitry force has also been deployed to assist.

To control the terrorists and miscreants, 200 anti-sabotesh teams have been deployed. Anti-drone systems have also been installed, in which the help of other agencies has also been taken. According to the Delhi Police Commissioner, Delhi Police is in touch with intelligence agencies and the State Police. Along with this, there is a blockade and checking going on in the city. Not only this, verification of tenants living in hotel lounges, dharamshalas is also being done. Delhi Police is also making people aware of suspicious things on social media. So that the Republic Day celebrations can be conducted peacefully without any interruption.

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