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Friday, 1 January 2021

Night curfew in Delhi, party time in Gurugram

Sanjay Yadav

Gurugram, December 31

Out to beat Covid blues, Gurugram is all set to party hard this New Year. A bit relaxed compared to last few years, the authorities have gone a bit easy this year as they will not bar cars in party hubs.

POLICE ON ALERT

  • The police say checking drunken driving will be a major challenge amid lack of alcometers

  • All pubs, bars and restaurants have made arrangements for their guests to celebrate the New Year

  • In a bid to ensure hassle-free festivities, the police have deployed 4,000 personnel in the district

  • More than 1,500 cops will be deployed in the east police zone. Besides deploying a huge force, there are plans to make MG Road safe and smooth for traffic

With Delhi imposing night curfew, Gurugram is dealing with diversion of all party goers. The police are on alert, suspecting heavy rush.

The police say checking drunken driving will be a major challenge amid lack of alcometers. All pubs, bars, hotels and restaurants have made arrangements for their guests to celebrate the New Year.

In a bid to ensure hassle-free festivities, Gurugram police have deployed 4,000 personnel in the district.

More than 1,500 cops will be deployed in the east police zone. Besides deploying a huge force, there are plans to make MG Road safe and smooth for traffic.

Unlike last year, the police have not declared MG Road as a car-free zone. However, parking on the roadside and outside malls will be prohibited. Visitors have been asked to park their vehicles in specific areas meant for parking.

"All cops will work together to ensure law and order and maintenance of peace. We have deployed extra force in all sensitive areas and there will be regular checking. We have put special checking points at roads leading to Gurugram from other districts. Police teams in supervision of ACP and DCP rank officers will check the areas to ensure safety, security and hassle free festivities," said Commissioner of Police KK Rao.



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