Bibi ka Alam procession: Traffic curbs on Tuesday
Hyderabad, August 07: On account of the Bibi ka Alam procession in the old city, the Hyderabad Traffic police issued a number of traffic directions/restrictions on Tuesday.
On the procession route from Bibi ka Alawa Dabeerpura to Masjid -e- Ilahi Chaderghat, traffic restrictions will be in effect from 12 pm to 10 pm.
The procession will pass through Bibi ka Alawa – Shaik Faiz Kaman, Yakutpura Road, Etebaar Chowk –Alijah Kotla- Charminar – Gulzar Houz, Panjesha, Mirchowk police station–Mir Alam Mandi- Darulshifa grounds – Azakhana –e- Zohra, Kali Khabar and culminate near Masjid –e- Ilahi Chaderghat.
Vehicles will not be allowed on the procession route and the traffic authorities asked the public to cooperate with them.
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