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Many stretches on Delhi-Gurgaon expressway prone to accidents
The Delhi-Gurgaon expressway comprises of heavy traffic with the number of cars plying on it every single day, thus increasing the chances of accidents. It has also been said that the expressway between Sirhaul toll plaza and Rajiv chowk in the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway is very prone to accidents, and is considered to be dangerous.

The above mentioned stretch of Sirhaul toll plaza and Rajiv chowk has been a subject of 44 accidents in 2013, which just increases the risk factor for people driving on that stretch. Apart from this the number of causalities were 47, out of which 17 accidents victims were riding a two-wheeler. This was followed by pedestrians (14), heavy vehicles (8) and light motor vehicles (7), reported The Times of India.

Things are even worse when it comes to the stretch of IMT Manesar-Kapriwas border, which has witnessed a number of accidents, where 63 persons died in 60 accidents that took place on the stretch. The stretch in the expressway between Rajiv Chowk and Hero Honda Chowk seems to be the safest.

With such number of accidents taking place in different highway stretches, the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon and HUDA is expected to draw a complete plan so as to make roads safer for vehicles as well as pedestrians, who have also fallen victim to such road accidents in the expressway. A meeting will be held pretty soon to discuss about the serious matter.

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