Traffic curbs today: Mass singing of national anthem at 11.30 am

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Highlights

  • Restrictions from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm
  • Police advise public to alternate routes

Hyderabad: The traffic police have issued an advisory in connection with the mass singing of the national anthem at Abids GPO circle where Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will participate.

The restrictions will be in place from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm. Accordingly, traffic from Liberty and Basheerbagh towards BJR Circle will not be allowed towards Abids and will be diverted at BJR Circle towards AR Petrol Pump to Nampally Station Road.

RTC buses from Liberty towards BJR Circle will not be allowed and diverted at Liberty towards Himayatnagar, Narayanguda, Kacheguda, Koti. Traffic from King Koti to Abid main road will be diverted at King Koti Crossroads towards Hanuman Tekdi, Troop Bazar, Koti. Traffic from Boggulakunta to Abid main road will be diverted at Boggulakunta Crossroads towards Hanuman Tekdi, Troop Bazar, Koti.

Vehicles from MJ Market and Jambagh towards Abids will be directed at MJ Market towards Nampally Station Road. Traffic from PCR towards BJR Circle will be diverted at AR Petrol Pump towards Nampally Station Road.

Traffic congestion is expected at Somajiguda, Khairatabad, Ravindra Bharathi junction, Assembly, LB Stadium, BJR statue, Liberty, Himayatnagar, GPO Abids, MJ Market, Nampally between 9.30 am and 12.30 pm. The traffic police requested the public to avoid the routes.

Parking places

Vehicles coming for attending the function at Abids Circle from Liberty will be parked at Nizam College Grounds, Taj Mahal to King Koti crossroads, BATA to Boggulakunta Crossroads, GHMC Office, Ramakrishna Theater, St George Grammar School. Vehicles coming for attending the function at Abids Circle from MJ Market, Afzalgunj will be parked at Exhibition Grounds, Annapurna Hotel Road.

Citizens have been requested to take alternate routes to their destinations and avoid the above routes during the specified timings.

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