The Noida-Delhi road was closed due to Shaheen Bagh protest. (Photo: PTI)
In a huge relief to the commuters travelling from Delhi to Noida, a road in Shaheen Bagh, which had been blocked for past 70 days due to the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), has now been reopened.
The road from Jamia to Noida in Uttar Pradesh and Faridabad in Haryana has been reopened by the Shaheen Bagh protesters. The Delhi Police personnel, who have been deployed at Shaheen Bagh since the protests began, are currently monitoring the traffic.
According to the reports, the Shaheen Bagh protesters had no conversation with the Delhi Police regarding the opening of the roads. The police have also said that they had no information regarding the development.
The police personnel are, however, also complying with the Shaheen Bagh protesters' decision.
A celebration broke out as Shaheen Bagh protesters opened the Noida-Kalindi Kunj Road via Road No. 9 (Okhla road).
#WATCH Delhi: Celebrations underway as protestors open Noida-Kalindi Kunj Road via Road No. 9 (Okhla road) #ShaheenBaghProtestspic.twitter.com/UIqL4ms6a5ANI (@ANI) February 22, 2020