On 13th February, in response to the ‘Delhi Chalo‘ call by Punjab farmers, the Haryana police has issued travel advisories for commuters traveling from Delhi to Punjab, Haryana, and other directions. Under the leadership of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, the Haryana government has imposed Section 144 in Panchkula, as farmers are planning to march to Delhi with various demands. Additionally, Haryana has suspended mobile internet, bulk SMS, and all dongle services in several districts until February 13. According to an official notification, all bulk SMS and dongle services on the mobile network, excluding voice calls, will be suspended.

Furthermore, from 6 AM on February 11 to 11:59 PM on February 13, mobile internet services will be suspended in seven districts – Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Jind, Hisar, Fatehabad, and Sirsa.

According to Haryana police, due to the call for protests by farmer organizations on February 13, there is a possibility of disruptions in traffic on the main roads from Haryana to Punjab.

The public is urged to avoid traveling towards Punjab unless absolutely necessary, as stated by the Haryana police.

In case of traffic disruptions on NH-44, the Delhi-Chandigarh highway, travelers from Chandigarh to Delhi are advised to take alternate routes through Dera Bassi, Barwala/Ramgarh, Saha, Shahabad, Kurukshetra, or Panchkula, via NH-344 through Yamunanagar Indri.

Another tweet suggests that travelers from Delhi to Chandigarh can reach their destination via Karnal, Indri/Pipli, Yamunanagar, Panchkula, or Kurukshetra, Shahabad, Saha, Barwala, Ramgarh.

In addition, the Haryana police informed that the Director-General of Police, Shatrujeet Kapoor, inspected the Tatiyana block in view of the farmers’ Delhi march on February 13, providing necessary directions to district administration and police officials.

For those traveling from Delhi to Chandigarh, Ambala police has outlined two recommended routes. The first route suggests traveling from Delhi via Sonipat, then through Panipat, Karnal, Indri, and Ladwa. Alternatively, travelers can take the route through Karnal, Kurukshetra, Umri Chowk, Ladwa, Radour, Yamunanagar NH 344A, Mulana, Shahzadpur, Barwala, and Panchkula.

The purpose of these recommended routes is to facilitate an easy and well-organized journey for travelers between Delhi and Chandigarh, providing multiple options to fulfill individual priorities and specific travel situations.

For individuals traveling between Delhi and various cities in Punjab, specific route recommendations for an easy journey have been suggested. Travelers from Delhi to destinations like Patiala, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, and Amritsar are advised to take the route through Sonipat, Panipat, and Karnal. Upon reaching Karnal, travelers can turn left at Pipali Cheek, passing through Kurukshetra, Pehowa Cheek, Patiala, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, and finally reaching Amritsar.

On the other hand, if travelers are journeying towards Delhi from Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, or Patiala in Punjab, the recommended route is through Amritsar, Jalandhar, and Ludhiana, followed by turning towards Cheeka and Pehwa on NH-152D. The aim of these specified routes is to provide clear directions and ensure a more convenient and smooth journey for individuals traveling between Delhi and various cities in Punjab.

For those making the journey from Chandigarh to Delhi, two recommended routes for a convenient journey have been suggested. The first route, starting from Panchkula, passes through Ramgarh, Barwala, Shahjadpur, Gulana, National Highway 344, Yamunanagar, Radour, Ladwa, Indri, Karnal, Panipat, and Sonipat, ultimately reaching Delhi. Alternatively, travelers can opt for a route passing through Panchkula, Ramgarh, Barwala, Shahjadpur, Saha, Shahabad, Pipili, and Karnal.

If the journey is from Hisar to Chandigarh, the recommended route advises traveling through Barwala, Narwana, Kaithal, Cheeka, Patiala, and finally reaching Chandigarh. Conversely, for those traveling from Chandigarh to Hisar, the route includes passing through Patiala, Cheeka, Kaithal, Narwana, and Barwala.

For travelers heading to Chandigarh from Narnaul, Delhi, or Rohtak, the suggested route is through NH 152D, which passes through Patiala, descends from Pehwa Kand, continues through Cheeka, Patiala, and ultimately reaches Chandigarh. The goal of these recommended routes is to organize the travel experience, offering various options to fulfill individual priorities and cater to specific travel situations.

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