11-09-201911-09-2019 12:00:55 IST
2019-09-11T06:30:55.933Z11-09-2019 2019-09-11T06:30:46.782Z - - 21-01-2020
The Hyderabad police announced several traffic diversions that will be imposed in the city on Thursday and Friday, in order to ensure smooth flow of traffic and public safety, keeping in view the Ganesha idol immersions in the city. A total of 2369 big sized idols are expected to be immersed on the final day.Over 5,500 police have been deployed to avoid any kind of unlawful activities with several checks being prearranged to make the routes of processions in city better. According to a press note by police, all the traffic coming from Hitech city, Madhapur to Kukatpally Y junction via Kaithlapur shall take Rainbow vista- Moosapet road towards Kukatpally Y junction, Balanagar. The cops have advised all the traffic coming Kukatpally to Madhapur and Hitech city will take the JNTU-Forum Mall road. The Pragathinagar-JNTU road will be closed on Thursday from Pragathinagar Kaman to Srinivasa Steels. Traffic from these routes will be diverted to Bachupally X roads and Nizampet Kolan Raghava Reddy Gardens side respectively. All heavy vehicles coming from Sangareddy, Patancheru and BHEL to Kukatpally should make a U-turn and proceed towards Lingampally, HCU, Gachibowli and Miyapur. All vehicles carrying Ganesha idols from the colonies of Secunderabad can make exit via Old Bowenpally, Mosque road or the Harijan Basti. Vehicles carrying idols are strictly prohibited from using the Fatehnagar, cyber towers, Forum mall and Gachibowli flyovers due to safety issues. -AMULYA NINDRAKOLANU
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