New Year 2023: Before the New Year celebrations, know the traffic police and metro guidelines, this is the condition of Cp and Hauz Khas

Delhiites are eager to immerse themselves in the New Year celebrations. Enthusiasm can be seen in everyone from youth to elders, children. The weekend has added spice to the New Year celebrations, which are being celebrated with gusto after two years of restrictions due to the Corona pandemic. Delhi’s restaurants, bars and foodcourts are also decorated to double the fun of the celebration. Special preparations have been made in Connaught Place, Greater Kailash, South Extension Rajouri Garden to all shopping malls and showrooms, restaurants and bars located in major markets. Offers are also being given to attract people. At the same time, Delhi Police has also tightened its gear regarding Corona and security reasons. Delhi Metro has also issued guidelines to control the crowd.

Weekend is expected to be good business

Kulwinder, who is running a restaurant in Rajouri Garden market, said that due to the New Year weekend, good business is expected this time. Due to the Corona epidemic, people were not getting a chance to have fun for a long time. This time we are expecting that many people will come here and have fun. It is the busiest market of West Delhi. A large number of people come here from other places including Tilak Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Punjabi Bagh, Janakpuri, Ramesh Nagar.

New offers brought to woo customers

At the same time, the businessman running the shop in Dwarka Sector 14 mall expressed hope that people would come out in large numbers to have fun on New Year. New Year’s Eve Saturday and January 1 Sunday will be a holiday. In such a situation, people will have full opportunity to celebrate. He can celebrate with family by roaming around the mall till late night. He said that new offers have also been brought for the people. Along with this, the mall is also being decorated.

Hotel-Restaurant Pub and Bar all booking full

In New Delhi’s Connaught Place, Khan Market, Sarojini Nagar and other places, traders have made special preparations for the new year. Traders say that tables have already been booked at most places. Apart from these, bookings in Delhi’s renowned hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars and discos were full at most places by Saturday afternoon itself. After this, conditional waiting numbers were being given to the people seeking booking. Those whose bookings were already confirmed, were busy preparing for the celebration, but those who were put on waiting or did not get bookings, kept looking for new options for themselves. For this, all the helpline numbers and websites were searched throughout the day.

No permission to exit Rajiv Chowk after 9 pm

Commuters will not be allowed to exit the Rajiv Chowk Metro station after 9 pm on Saturday night to reduce the rush of commuters on New Year’s Eve. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has taken this decision as per the advice of the Delhi Police. However, passengers will be allowed entry till the departure of the last train at Rajiv Chowk Metro Station. DMRC’s Principal Executive Director (Corporate Communication) Anuj Dayal has requested commuters to plan their journey keeping this change in mind, so that there is no inconvenience in travel. DMRC has taken this decision in view of the crowd of people in Connaught Place on New Year’s Eve.

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