Rewa News: Rewa-Sidhi route will remain closed for 8 hours, route changed for large vehicles. NH-39 will remain closed for 8 hours between Rewa-Sidhi

Rewa News: Today is a very special day for Madhya Pradesh. In fact, today the state’s widest 6-lane road will be inaugurated in Rewa. Tell that this tunnel will be inaugurated by Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. For which preparations have already been completed. Also, security arrangements have been made at various places. For this, Commissioner of Rewa Division Anil Suchari and Additional Director General of Police KP Venkateswara Rao visited the venue on Thursday and reviewed the preparations. At the same time, during the inauguration of Mohania Tunnel, the National Highway-39 route has been diverted for 8 hours.

Closed 9am to 5pm

Please tell that in view of the crowd during this program, the Sidhi-Rewa route has been closed from 9 am to 5 pm with the consent of the district administration. At the same time, the road has been changed so that the passengers do not face any problem. In view of the VVIP movement, the secretive police of Rewa will not allow the vehicles to go ahead by barricading. On the other hand, Churhat police will make traffic arrangements at the end of Sidhi.

Changed route from Rewa to Sidhi

In fact, people going from Rewa to Sadhi will have to reach directly via Bichhiya, Gaddi Mod, Shivpurwa, then Rampur Naikin, Churhat by 5 pm today. Although the route is quite long, the administration has opened this route for large vehicles keeping in view that no anti-social incident should happen in the crowd.

directly Reva diverted route

Whereas, to go directly from Sidhi to Rewa, one can go via Churhat, Rampur Naikin, Shivpurwa, Gaddi Mod, Bichhiya. Although, there is no restriction on the movement of small vehicles on the Sidhi-Rewa route, but a ban has been imposed on large vehicles so that the problem of jam does not arise.

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