No new entries, hotel reservations in Mussoorie and Nainital on New Year’s Eve

No new entries, hotel reservations in Mussoorie and Nainital on New Year's Eve

Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar held a review meeting with the officers.

New Year’s Eve revelers and tourists looking to spend the evening in the beautiful cities of Mussoorie and Nainital will have to change their plans if they don’t book hotels in advance as the authorities have decided to ban entry on the 30th and December 31 for those who don’t book in advance to limit traffic chaos.

In a statement issued by the government, officials said the decision was taken to prevent overcrowding and manage traffic properly at these tourist spots.

The decision was made during a review meeting on New Year’s Eve traffic arrangements chaired by Uttarakhand Police Chief Ashok Kumar.

Police officers from Dehradun, Pauri Garhwal, Tehri Garhwal and Nainital districts joined the meeting via videoconference.

The state police chief said: “Police have provided adequate parking at two tourist spots in preparation for the New Year celebrations.

Uttarakhand DGP also issued a video message to tourists, urging them to cooperate with police and avoid causing nuisance.

His tweet in Hindi, when translated into English, reads “Enjoy New Year’s Eve without chaos. My message to all tourists and local residents coming to Uttarakhand”.

According to a press release from the office of Akshay Konde, chief of police (traffic), nine parking spots have been designated around town.

In one of Mussoorie’s busiest and most happening areas, Mall Road, the Police Department decided in advance a plan to deal with traffic.

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