Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said at the conference that the event aims for a 'community and pollution-free Diwali'. Arvind Kejriwal added: "Various laser shows will be organised from 6 PM to 10 PM from October 26 to October 29. I invite the people of Delhi to attend the event and celebrate Diwali without firecrackers."
The Most Awaited Laser ShowThe laser show is all set to be a house-full entertainment junction. With free entry, the event would have food arrangements and a plethora of retail shopping stalls. Said to begin at intervals of one hour, several arts and cultural shows are also set to showcase at the event. Delhiites can head to watch the beautiful lighting at the laser show. The event is expecting a large foot-fall from all across the city.
Addressed Restrictions and ConcernsDue to the expected congestion at the event, the laser show would not entertain private transport into the area.
What The Authority Has To Say
Kejriwal said: "There are no restrictions levied on traders and businessmen. Instead, trade will be doubled because people will be visiting Connaught Place in large numbers. Restrictions have been levied only on private cars because they can cause congestion on the roads."
Sisodia said: "We have arranged for special parking facilities at nearby locations such as Shivaji Stadium.” He also added: “Electric vehicles will also be deployed to transit people from one location to another."
'Celebrate Diwali Like A Family'Kejriwal said: "people of Delhi are like family to me and this laser show aims at celebrating Diwali together like a family" and that these arrangements have been made to celebrate the festive spirit of togetherness.
Several laser shows are expected to take place in different parts of Delhi next year. However, it all depends on this year’s success. Are you excited to witness the Laser Show at CP this year? Let us know in the comments below!