India will be commemorating its 75th Republic Day on Friday (26 January), observing the central themes of ‘Viksit Bharat’ and ‘Bharat – Loktantra ki Matruka,’ that upholds the spirit of development and democracy. This year French President Emmanuel Macron will visit Delhi as the Chief Guest of the Republic Day celebrations. This occasion holds particular significance as it precedes the imminent national elections, with political parties across the country gearing up to actively participate, highlighting their accomplishments and electoral commitments.

Amidst heightened concerns regarding increased threats and activities associated with pro-Khalistan groups and tension over various domestic issues ranging from Maratha reservation demands to political and communal disturbances, this period typically witnesses elevated risk of extremism and operational disruptions. Additionally, authorities impose elaborate security and traffic restrictions to facilitate the Republic Day Parades, thus impacting employee commute and supply chains. Generally observed a public holiday, however, it is essential for companies to prepare for contingencies and have suitable mitigation measures in place, given that security risks tend to remain high for days preceding and succeeding Republic Day.

Major risks:

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  • Celebration location- Kartavya Path, Delhi
  • Security arrangements:
    • Over 8,000 police personnel will be deployed citywide to ensure security and law and order.
    • Police are conducting night patrols to inspect hotels, guest houses, dharmshalas, railway stations, and inter-State bus terminals.
    • Security checks are being conducted at all metro stations by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).
    • Flag marches, area assessments, and monitoring of proclaimed offenders have been initiated to prevent criminal activities in all the districts of Delhi.
    • Delhi Police held a meeting to assess terror threats, implement antiterror measures, and emphasise border security.
    • Security checks at borders are being held, with thorough verifications of two-wheelers and trucks.
    • Stringent measures have been initiated to ban and monitor aerial objects like paragliders and drones.
    • Dedicated teams have been deployed in all districts for a swift and effective response to any untoward incidents.
  • Traffic restrictions:
    • Parade Route: Vijay Chowk to Red Fort via Kartavyapath – C Hexagon – R/A Statue of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose – Tilak Marg – Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg – Netaji Subhash Marg.
    • Parade time- 1030 hours
  • Closed to traffic:
    • No vehicles on Kartavyapath between Vijay Chowk and India Gate until the parade is over.
    • Kartavyapath-Rafi Marg, Kartavyapath-Janpath, Kartavyapath-Mansingh Road and Kartavyapath-Hexagon.
    • C-Hexagon-India Gate will be closed until the parade crosses Tilak Marg.
    • No traffic will be allowed on Tilak Marg, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, and Netaji Subhas Marg. Cross-traffic will be permitted based on the parade’s movement.
  • Alternative routes:
    • North-South Corridor: Ring Road-Ashram Chowk-Sarai Kale Khan- IP Flyover- Rajghat- Ring Road.
    • From Madarsa- Lodhi Road ‘T’ point- Aurobindo Marg- AIIMS Chowk- Ring Road- Dhaula Kuan- Vande Matram Marg- Shankar Road- Park Street or Mandir Marg.
    • East-West Corridor: Ring Road- Bhairon Road- Mathura Road- Lodhi Road- Aurobindo Marg- AIIMS Chowk- Ring Road- Dhaula Kuan- Vande Matram Marg- Shankar Road- Park Street or Mandir Marg.
    • Ring Road- Boulevard Road- Barf Khana Chowk- Rani Jhansi FlyoverFaiz Road- Vande Matram Marg- R/A Shankar Road.
    • Ring Road- ISBT- Chandgi Ram Akhara- IP College- Mall Road- AzadpurPunjabi Bagh.
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  • Travel services:
    • Metro rail: Metro services will operate from all stations, however, boarding and de-boarding at Central Secretariat and Udyog Bhawan stations will be prohibited between 0500 to 1200 hours.
  • Bus services:
  • Will be curtailed at Park Street/Udyan Marg, Aram Bagh Road (Paharganj), the Kamla Market roundabout, Delhi Secretariat (IG Stadium), Pragati Maidan (Bhairon Road), Hanuman Mandir (Yamuna Bazar), Mori Gate, ISBT-Kashmere Gate, ISBT-Sarai Kale Khan and Tis Hazari Court.
  • Buses from Ghaziabad for Shivaji Stadium are expected to go on National Highway-24, take the Ring Road and then terminate at Bhairon Road.
  • Buses coming from National Highway-24 will have to take the right turn on Road No 56 and terminate at ISBT-Anand Vihar.
  • Those coming to the Wazirabad Bridge from Ghaziabad will be diverted at Mohan Nagar towards Bhopra Chungi.
  • All interstate buses coming from the Dhaula Kuan side will terminate at Dhaula Kuan. Buses from Ghaziabad bound for Shivaji Stadium will take NH-24, Ring Road, and terminate at Bhairon Road. Buses coming from NH-24 will take a right turn on Road No. 56 and terminate at ISBT Anand Vihar.
  • Flights:
    • The Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) stated that no flights would be allowed to take off or arrive at the airport between 1020 to 1245 hours between 19-26 January in view of Republic Day celebrations.
    • Landing or take-off of non-scheduled flights, and chartered flights will not be permitted from 1000 to 1315 hours during the 19-25 January period. However, scheduled flights will not be impacted.
  • Heavy vehicles:
    • Heavy transport vehicles (HTVs) and large goods vehicles (LGVs) will not be allowed to enter Delhi from the borders during the parade. HTVs and LGVs will also be prohibited from traveling between ISBT Sarai Kale Khan and ISBT Kashmiri Gate on Ring Road.


  • Noida:
    • In response to Delhi Police’s restrictions on the movement of vehicles from Gautam Buddha Nagar into Delhi and beyond on Friday (26 January), the Noida traffic police announced the following diversions, which will be effective until the end of the program. Official order can be availed here.
    • Vehicles going anywhere else after entering Delhi state from Chilla Red Light (Border) will be able to take a U-turn from Chilla Red Light and go towards their destination via Noida-Greater Noida Expressway via Eastern Peripheral Expressway.
    • Vehicles entering Delhi state from DND (Border) and going elsewhere will be able to take a U-turn from DND Tone Plaza and go towards their destination via Noida-Greater Noida Expressway via Eastern Peripheral Expressway.
    • Vehicles entering Delhi state from Kalindi Kunj Yamuna (Border) and going elsewhere will be diverted from the first underpass Tiraha of Yamuna River, which will be able to go towards their destination via Eastern Peripheral Expressway from Noida-Greater Noida Expressway.
    • Vehicles entering Delhi state via Yamuna Expressway via Noida-Greater Noida Expressway will be diverted from Zero Point towards Parichowk and will be able to go towards their destination via Eastern Peripheral Expressway.
  • Ghaziabad:
    • All types of commercial vehicles (light/medium/heavy) from Ghaziabad border into Delhi via various routes have been banned until Republic Day (26 January). Official order can be availed here.
    • During this period, diversions will be in effect through the following routes: UP Gate/Ghazipur Border, Delhi Meerut Expressway UP Gate/Ghazipur Border, Maharajpur/Anand Vihar Border, Seemapuri Border, DLF Bhopura Border, Loni Border, E.D.M. Mall Road, Suryanagar Shahdara Border, Tulsi Niketan Border, Sevadham Chowki Tiraha, Ankur Vihar Border, Sabhapur Tiraha.
  • Lucknow:
    • Celebration location: Raj Bhavan
    • Traffic restrictions: 1400 hours on 23 January until end of parade on 26 January. Official notification can be availed via order 1 and order 2.
    • Roads closed: Normal traffic from Bandariabagh intersection will not be able to go towards Raj Bhavan, DSO intersection, Hazratganj, rather this traffic will be able to reach its destination via Golf Club or SN Overbridge.
    • Vehicles will not be able to go from Lal batti intersection towards Prerna Kendra Tiraha, Annexe Tiraha, Sisendi, rather this traffic will be able to reach its destination via Bandariabagh intersection, Golf Club intersection or SN Overbridge.
    • Vehicles from Hazratganj will not be able to go towards DSO intersection, rather this traffic will be able to go to its destination via Park Road.
    • Vehicles will not be able to go from Royal Hotel intersection towards Sisendi intersection, DSO intersection, Annexe intersection, Prerna Kendra intersection, rather they will be diverted via Hazratganj or Bligton intersection.
    • Single lane from DSO intersection to Park Road intersection, from Park Road intersection to Hazratganj intersection will remain suspended due to unavoidable reasons.
    • Ravindralaya Road, Hussainganj Crossing, Burlington Crossing and Bapu Bhawan Road will remain out of bounds for vehicles.
    • Vehicles plying from Alambagh and Mawaiya towards Ravindralaya will be diverted towards Kaiserbagh via La touche Road.
    • The traffic on Bansmandi Crossing will not be allowed to proceed on Rana Pratap Crossing and will be diverted towards Kaiserbagh and Mawaiyya.
    • Vehicles moving from KKC trisection towards Charbagh will be diverted towards Loco Crossing.
    • Traffic movement from Sadar via Loco Crossing will not be allowed towards Charbagh and will be diverted towards Alambagh. Those moving from Rana Pratap Crossing towards KKC and Charbagh will be diverted towards Bansmandi Crossing.
    • The traffic from Sadar overbridge towards Hussainganj will be diverted to Cantonment.
    • The stretch from Bandariyabagh Crossing to Hazratganj will be closed and vehicles will be diverted towards 1090 Crossing. Whereas the traffic on Kaiserbagh Crossing moving towards Hussainganj will be diverted to Latouche Road.
    • Vehicles moving from Mahanagar and Nishatganj will be barred from moving towards Hazratganj and will be diverted towards 1090 Crossing. Likewise, vehicles commuting from Gomti Nagar will not be allowed to ply towards Hazratganj. They will be diverted to Sikander Bagh crossing.
    • Traffic movement at Lalbagh, Kaiserbagh, Parivartan Crossing, IT Chauraha and Kaiserbagh will be redirected towards 1090 Crossing via Clark Trisection.


  • Gurugram:
    • Medium and Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) will not be allowed to enter Delhi or Gurugram from 1700 hours on Thursday (25 January) to 1330 hours on Friday (26 January). Official order can be availed here.
    • Heavy vehicles coming from the Jaipur side of National Highway (NH) 48 will be diverted via the KMP Expressway at Pachgaon in Gurugram Rural.
    • Heavy vehicles within Gurugram will be diverted at the following points: Kherki Chowk, Rajiv Chowk, IFFCO Chowk, and Shankar Chowk, thereby preventing their entry into Delhi.


  • Celebrations location- Marina Labour Statue at Kamarajar Road, Chennai
  • The Greater Chennai Traffic Police (GCTP) has issued traffic restrictions, official order- can be availed here.
  • Closed to traffic:
    • The Marina Beach Road stretch from Gandhi Statue to War Memorial will be closed for traffic on 24 and 26 January, for about four hours from 0600 hours for Republic Day rehearsals and parade.
    • The stretch of Kamarajar Salai from Gandhi Statue to War Memorial will be closed for all vehicular traffic from 0600 hours onwards till the function/ rehearsal is over (tentatively at 0930 hours).
  • Diversions:
    • Commercial vehicles coming from Adyar towards Parry’s Corner will be diverted at Greenways Road towards RK Mutt Road, Thiruvenkadam Street, Devanathan Street, St Mary’s Road, Venkatesa Agraharam Road, Dr Ranga Road, East Abiramapuram, Ramachandra Rao Road, Luz Avenue x Amrutanjan junction, PS Sivasamy Salai, Nilgiris Point, Music Academy, TTK Road, Gowdia Mutt Road, Royapettah High Road, GRH, Tower Clock, GP Road and Anna Salai to reach Broadway.
    • Other vehicles including MTC buses coming from Adyar and going towards Parry’s Corner on Kamarajar Salai will be diverted at Gandhi Statue. The vehicles will further be diverted towards RK Salai to reach Broadway.
    • All vehicles coming from Mylapore and Dr Radhakrishnan Road at Royapettah I Point, MTC buses will take left towards Nilgiris, Music Academy, TTK Road, Gowdia Mutt road, GRH, Tower Clock to reach their destination. Other vehicles will turn left turn (or) right to reach their destination.
    • No vehicles will be allowed beyond Dr Natesan Road-Avvai Shanmugam Salai junction and Dr Besant Road-Dr Kamarajar Salai junction. Rather these vehicles will be diverted towards Ice House Junction.
    • No Vehicles will be allowed beyond Dr. Besant Road x Dr. Kamarajar Salai Junction towards Kamarajar Salai. Those vehicles will be diverted at Ice House junction towards TH road.
    • No Vehicles will be allowed beyond Bharathi Salai x Bells Road Junction towards Kamarajar Salai. Those vehicles will be diverted towards Bells Road.
    • The vehicles plying from Parry’s Corner intend to proceed towards Adyar will be diverted at R.B.I. Subway (North) towards Raja Annamalai Mandram. Those vehicles will be diverted towards Muthusamy Point, Wallajah Point, Anna Salai, Anna Statue, General Patters Road, Royapettah Tower Clock, West Cott road, GRH, Royapettah High Road, Ajantha Jn take left Lloyds Road (VP Raman Road), Justice Jambulingam Street take left (or) right turn R.K.Salai, to reach their destination.
    • The vehicles plying from Parry’s Corner intend to proceed towards Adyar will be diverted at R.B.I. Subway (North) towards Raja Annamalai Mandram. Those vehicles will be diverted towards Muthusamy Point, Wallajah Point, Anna Salai, Anna Statue, General Patters Road, Royapettah Tower Clock, West Cott road, GRH, Royapettah High Road, Ajantha Jn take left Lloyds Road (VP Raman Road), Justice Jambulingam Street take left (or) right turn R.K.Salai, to reach their destination.
    • Temporary Changes to Bus Stops: The bus stop near Anna Sadukkam will be temporarily relocated near Chindathiripet railway station.
    • High security areas: Madhavaram, Tiruvottiyur, Maduravoyal, Meenambakkam, Thoraipakkam, Neelangarai; Meenambakkam airport, Chennai Central, Egmore railway stations, Koyambedu and Madhavaram bus terminals.


  • Celebration location – Red Road, Kolkata
  • Traffic restrictions –
    • 0530 to 1300 hours or until the conclusion of the parade on Friday (26 January). Official order can be availed here.
    • Movement of all types of Goods Vehicles shall be restricted along AJC Bose Road towards south from its crossing with Lenin Sarani (Moulali crossing), St. Georges Gate Road, Strand Road up to Raja Woodmunt Street, along C R Avenue from G C Avenue towards south and all along JL Nehru Road (both bound).
    • Guru Nanak Sarani (Mayo Road) will remain closed for all vehicular traffic, except official vehicles.
    • Hospital Road East and West, Lovers Lane, Casuarina Avenue, Khidderpore Road from Ghora Pass to J & N Island except Bridge bound vehicles and AJĆ Ramp Vehicles, R R Avenue between Y Road Tram Track and Govt. Place West, Gostha Pal Sarani (Kingsway), Queensway, Plassey Gate Road, Dufferin Road, Outram Road, Esplanade Ramp, Govt Place West (only for south bound vehicles).
    • Vehicles belonging to Parade participants will be allowed entry only through Queensway from the crossing of Queensway and Cathedral Road.
    • New Road will move in opposite direction i.e from south to North towards Dorina crossing to facilitate the drain out of CBT vehicles.
    • Meanwhile, Red Road will be closed for all vehicular movement from 2200 hrs on Thursday (25 January) till the parade concludes on Friday (26 January).
  • Parking is prohibited along-
    • RR Avenue, Govt Place West between RR Avenue and Esplanade Row West, Chowringhee Road, JLNehru Road, Cathedral Road, On Strand Road and St. Georges Gate Road between Napier Road & Kingsway, Queens’ Way, Outram Road.
    • On the eastern side of Strand Road between Kingsway and Auckland Road, except for vehicle carrying participants for the parade.
    • Participants may park their personal vehicle at western side of Chowringhee Road between AJC Bose Road and Shakespeare Sarani.
  • Bus services-
    • WTBC Buses will be allowed to enter and leave their depot at Esplanade via R R Avenue.
    • The Bus Stand on the eastern side of Strand Road alongside of Band Stand Eden Gardens will be shifted to the western side of Strand Road, opposite to the Band Stand and on Kiran Sankar Roy Road.


  • Celebrations location- Parade grounds, Hyderabad
  • Anticipated Traffic restrictions- 0600 to 1100 hours on Friday (26 January)
  • Likely diversions:
    • Raj Bhavan Quarters Road (Metro Residency) will be closed for general traffic on both sides.
    • Traffic coming from MJ Market, Mehdipatman diverted Taj Island towards Ek Minar – Red Hills – Ayodhya Hotel.
    • Nampally railway station, Public Gardens diverted at Chapel Road (T Junction) towards Gunfoundry – BJR Statue – Basheerbagh flyover.
    • Hyderguda, King Koti and BJR Statue – PCR, Public Gardens diverted at Basheerbagh Junction towards Liberty, Telegu Thalli, Saifabad Police Street, etc.
  • Traffic congestion is expected at the following places – Plaza, CTO, Rasoolpura, Prakashnagar, Begumpet, Greenlands, Somajiguda Junction, Rajbhavan Metro Station, VV Statue Junction (Khairatabad), Telugu Thali Junction, Ravindra Bharathi, Abids GPO and MJ Market.


  • Location to be affected – Shivaji Park, Mumbai
  • Parade route- Shivaji Park ground through Gate No. 5 would procced along left turn- Keluskar Road North- C. Ramchandra Chowk (Keluskar North Junction) – left turn – Swatantra Veer Savarkar Road – South boundSangeetkar Vasant Desai Chowk (Keluskar South junction)- Right turn-will terminate/end at Narali Baug.
  • Traffic Restrictions – 0600 to 1200 hours on Friday (26 January). Official order can be availed here.
  • Roads closed for traffic –
    • N.C. Kelkar road and Keluskar Road from L. J. Road Junction (Gadkari Junction) up to South and North junction.
    • Swatantra Veer Savarkar Road shall be closed for vehicular traffic from Siddhivinayak junction to Yes Bank.
    • Yes Bank junction to Siddhivinayak Junction. Alternate route- proceed by taking left turn at Yes Bank junction-Shivaji Park Road No. 5- Pandurang Naik road- right turn at Raja Bade Chowk- L. J. Road- Gadkari Junctionthen proceed through Gokhale road towards South Mumbai.
    • Traffic proceeding from Siddhivinayak Junction through Veer Savarkar Road shall take a right turn at SK Bole Road – left turn Portuguese church – proceed through Gokhale Road – Gadkari Junction — LJ Road — Raja Bade Chowk towards western suburbs.
  • Roads that would allow one-way traffic –
    • Keluskar Road (South) from Veer-Savarkar Road – Keluskar Road (North) junctions [and vice versa].
    • S.K. Bole Road from Siddhivinayak Temple Junction till Hanuman Temple.
  • Parking is prohibited on the aforementioned routes and adjacent areas.


  • Celebrations location- Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Bhubaneswar
  • Traffic restrictions- 0700 to 1030 hours on Wednesday (24 January) and 0630 to until the conclusion of parade on Friday (26 January). Official order can be availed here.
    • No heavy vehicle will be allowed on Janpath from Ram Mandir to Rajmahal and vice versa. Light vehicles will be allowed to ply on Janpath but from Master Canteen Square. No vehicle will be allowed on Mahatma Gandhi Marg.
    • No vehicle will be allowed towards Rabindra Mandap from Housing Board crossing and will be diverted at Keshari Talkies crossing towards the left side lane.
    • No vehicle will be allowed towards PMG Square from AG Square shall be diverted from Jaydev Bhawan crossing towards Idcol auditorium.
    • Vehicles coming from 120 Infantry Battalion crossing will be diverted towards Unit 4 at MLA Colony crossing.
    • All the lanes touching Mahatma Gandhi Marg shall be prohibited for traffic and only pedestrians will be allowed.
  • Parking areas:
    • BDA Bus Stand near Railway Station, open space in front of Congress Bhawan, open space in front of Idcol Auditorium, open space in front of Jaydev Bhawan, open space in front of SBI in Unit-III, open space inside Rabindra Mandap and Unit-II Girls’ High School Ground.
    • The VVIPs will come on Janpath up to Master Canteen from where they will move to the designated parking space.
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  • Localised disruptions in the form of congestion, diversions, and blockades remain likely, due to the special traffic arrangements in place.
  • Surge in traffic is anticipated as people may plan for travel over the long weekend (28-29 January) following the public holiday on Republic Day. Longer waiting lines and congestion remain likely at transportation hubs (airports, railway stations, bus stands) and along highways until Monday (30 January).
  • Scheduled flights and railway services may get rescheduled or cancelled.
  • Due to rise in extremist activities, areas of Jammu & Kashmir (Poonch, Jammu, Kathua, and Samba), northeast India and Central India (Red Corridor area) will witness enhanced security checks at polls, airports, check-posts along highways, etc. that may cause congestion and travel delays.
  • As e-commerce sites tend to offer high discounts on the occasion of Republic Day celebrations, the risk of cyber security breaches increases.
  • In Gurugram, Section 144 of the CrPC has been imposed till 26 January to curb activities of anti-social elements, ensure stricter compliances for hotels and other businesses, and to prohibit flying of drones, Chinese microlight aircrafts, gliders, and hot-air balloons. Similar restrictions remain likely in other cities as well.
  • Section 144 of the CrPC and security measures are also imposed in Gautam Buddh Nagar (Noida,Greater Noida) until 26 January.
  • Heightened security deployments and surveillance remain likely in the vicinity of transit hubs such as airports and railway stations, places of public interests, places of mass gathering and government offices.
  • Public transportation is likely ply in limited numbers and commuters may have to pay surcharge rates.
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For Organisations:

  • Companies operating to and through Mumbai and Pune are advised additional caution as Maratha Kranti Morcha rally for reservation demands, spearheaded by Manoj Jarange Patil, is scheduled to reach Mumbai on 26 January. Heavy security deployments, traffic restrictions and possible escalations may cause disruptions near Azad Maidan when Jarange has stated to hold a fast unto death hunger strike until demands are met.
  • If operating, advised to not schedule any important online or physical meetings on 26 January.
  • Most States observe Dry Day on 26 January, advised to not plan any event involving catering of alcoholic beverages.
  • Commuters are advised to avoid popular protest sites and areas of public gathering such as Jantar Mantar and Shaheen Bagh in Delhi, BKC Grounds and Azad Maidan in Mumbai, Maidan in Kolkata, and Freedom Park in Bengaluru.
  • MitKat advises to maintain due diligence and carry an emergency kit comprising of emergency contacts, Identification proofs, cash, mobile phone and charger, and water bottle while traveling to sensitive areas like Jammu and Kashmir, Northeast and Central India.
  • In the event of planned business travel, it is advised to offer adequate Duty of Care support to the business executives.
  • It is recommended that offices and working places adhere to government directives and plan operations accordingly.
  • Given that banks remain closed on Republic Day, it is advised to complete emergency banking works or transactions before 26 January.
  • As airports are likely to follow elaborate security arrangements, travellers are advised to reach airports well in advance (three hours in prior for inbound travel and four hours for international travel).
  • Advised to adhere to local security regulations, including bans of flying UAVs (drones), congregating in certain spots, and carrying items flagged as security risks such as certain types of electronic items.
  • Ensure personal safety and maintain caution while traveling in public transport or while at public places and report suspicious activities or unclaimed items to relevant authorities.
  • In case of any escalation, authorities tend to temporarily suspend Internet. Advised to consider the risk of both Internet and power outages and have arrange for alternates/backups.
  • It is recommended to check regular updates from the concerned city police’s Twitter handles to maintain awareness of all current restrictions, traffic disruptions, reroutes and other possible directives –
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For Individuals:

  • Flight passengers are advised to reach the airport well in advance (atleast three hours in prior for inbound travel and five hours for international travel) due to traffic congestion and heightened security checks at the airports.
  • Always carry authentic identity documents (Aadhar card for Indian nationals and passport for foreigners/NRIs).
  • In case of any protests or political gatherings, exit the location as soon as possible.
  • Consider extra travel time and have alternate routes mapped as authorities may impose and revise special traffic arrangements, depending on situational requirements.
  • Stay informed about security updates, advisories, and potential disruptions during Republic Day celebrations through official channels.
  • Remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities or objects to local law enforcement authorities.
  • Cooperate with security personnel and comply with security checks at public places, transportation hubs, and event venues.
  • Ensure that personal devices, especially smartphones and computers, have updated security settings and antivirus software. Refrain from clicking on any unverified links or share OTPs or codes for availing lucrative Republic Day offers as it may compromise cyber security checks on your devices.
  • Avoid making any sensitive comment or controversial post on social media that may trigger tension.
  • Last but not the least, in case of any escalations, stay calm and adhere by directives/guidelines as suggested by the local authorities. Do not panic over news that are sensationalised or fall prey to clickbaits.
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Emergency Contact Details:

  • National Emergency Number: 112
  • Police: 100
  • Women Helpline: 1091
  • Senior Citizen Helpline: 14567
  • Fire: 101
  • Ambulance: 102
  • Tourist Helpline: 1363

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