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Delhi Police Restricts Traffic, New Year Bash

As the nation keeps on to grieve the loss of the 23-year-old Delhi brave-heart, who was gangraped by six men in a running bus in the capital of nation, numerous New Year's Eve parties have been called off. The army also has cancelled all official events in the honor of the brave-heart.

Previously, the Gymkhana Club and the Golf Club in the country’s capital had stopped its parties. Also, the Press Club of India makes known the termination of its New Year party. According to reports, five star hotels in Delhi and Mumbai have exposed a go down in booking by 15-20 per cent, even as the governments of Punjab and Haryana also called off their New Year dine.

Amongst this demonstrate of unity from different parts of the country, the protesters sustained to bring together at the Jantar Mantar while all traffic restrictions were relieved across the capital by the Delhi Police. The external circle of India Gate was unlocked for traffic and all metro stations were also unlocked. However, section 144 persistent to be in place as the police elected Ramlila Maidan and Jantar Mantar for the protests.

Temporarily, All India Students Association (AISA) and the student body of the JNU, JNUSU, have determined to manage a meeting and protest dissent at the Central Park in Connaught Place in central Delhi.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is also scheduled to hold a Shok Sabha in the remembrance of the Delhi brave-heart. Senior leaders, counting Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha, Sushma Swaraj, Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha, Arun Jaitley, and former BJP President Rajnath Singh, will be present at the Shok Sabha.

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