Bars, restaurants to restrict entry, limited parking at Connaught Place – see Delhi’s New Years rules
Unlike other states that have imposed restrictions on the New Years gathering, the capital city will allow celebrations but will adhere to the normal Covid-19 guidelines that are already in effect. This time, the deployment of traffic in the market areas is being reinforced taking into account both the safety of women and the Covid-19 guidelines.
These are the rules you should know:
1. Restaurants and bars have been asked to house no more than 50 percent of their capacity.
2. This time there will be no breath analyzer test as a precaution against Covid-19, but drunk drivers will undergo a medical examination.
3. Gorillas have been advised not to indulge in any fights and to approach the police. Restaurant owners have been asked to take responsibility for a woman if she gets drunk.
Four. After 10 p.m. M., Music will be allowed up to the noise limit allowed.
5. Fire units will be deployed to South Extension Market, Lajpat Nagar-II Market, Connaught Place Palika Bazaar, Gandhi Nagar Market, New Pacific Mall (Rajouri Garden), Rani Bagh Market, Chhattarpur near the garden Trivoli, Majnu ka Tila, the Hauz Khas village market from 8.30pm on Thursday to 12.30pm on Friday.
6. Limited parking space for vehicles with valid passes will be available at Connaught Place on a first-come, first-served basis. Unauthorized or improperly parked vehicles will be towed and processed.
7. Vehicle movement to CP will not be allowed from Mandi House roundabout, Bengali Market roundabout, North foot of Ranjit Singh flyover (Barakhamba Road-Tolstoy Marg junction), Minto Road-Deen Dayal junction Upadhaya Marg and Chelmsford Road near Munje Chowk (New Delhi Railway Station). Vehicles will not be allowed to CP from RK Ashram Marg-Chitragupta Marg junction, Gole market roundabout, Gol Dakkhana roundabout, Patel Chowk roundabout, Kasturba Gandhi road-Feroz Shah road junction, Jai Singh road -Bangla Sahib Lane, Pachkuian Road- Bangla Sahib Lane, Windsor Place roundabout, Buta Singh Marg roundabout and State Entry Road-New Delhi Railway Station as well.
8. The Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, which is located in CP, will not allow passengers to leave after 9pm on New Years Eve.
(With contributions from the agency)