Moto GP Bharat 2023 impact: Noida educational institutions temporary closure for smooth traffic flow
Delhi : During the MotoGP and the UP International Trade Show, there are traffic restrictions from September 21, 6 AM till 11:59 PM on September 25, all heavy, medium, and light cargo trucks will be prohibited from traveling from Delhi to Noida. According to officials, vehicles won't be permitted on the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, Yamuna Expressway, Pari Chowk Greater Noida, Expo Mart Knowledge Park, and special routes from IFS Villa to NSG, Chuhadpur Underpass Chowk, Gautam Buddha University Chowk, Noida International University trisection, and Galgotia University trisection.
On the DND Flyway, Chilla Road, Kalindi Kunj, New Ashok Nagar, and Jhundpura boundaries, heavy trucks will not be permitted. On these days, only the national roads 24 and 91 are open for use by goods transporters traveling between Delhi and Noida. The Noida-Greater Noida and Yamuna expressways would also not be open to buses, other big vehicles, or automobiles. Vehicles labelled as essential, such as those carrying milk, veggies, medication, etc., will be permitted.
Notice to close schools, colleges and institutions on 21 September
On September 21 and 22, all Gautam Buddha Nagar schools, colleges, universities, and educational technical institutions will be closed in anticipation of MotoGP Bharat and the International Trade Show, 2023. The inaugural Indian Grand Prix, also known as MotoGP Bharat, will take place at the Buddha International Circuit in Greater Noida from September 22 to 24, while the UPITS 2023 will be hosted at the India Expo Centre and Mart from September 21 to 25. Both of Greater Noida's international events are anticipated to draw thousands of people, many of whom will be foreigners. The ceremonies are also anticipated to be graced by President Droupadi Murmu.
District Inspector of Schools (DIOs) Dr. Dharmveer Singh requested in a letter sent on Monday that all government and private school principals (CBSE, ICSE, and IB) proclaim a holiday for all students on September 21 and 22 starting at 2 p.m.
A same letter was also sent by him to every university, college, and technical institution's registrar, director, and principal. He said that institutions might offer online classes at the specified time. All schools and educational institutes in Noida and Greater Noida must abide by the instructions. During this time, there will also be restrictions under CrPC Section 144, a prohibition on large gatherings of people, and restrictions on the use of personal drones.