President Murmu To Visit Hyderabad, Traffic Restrictions Imposed As On July 4
Hyderabad, July 3 (Maxim News): In view of the visit of the President of India Droupadi Murmu to Hyderabad on Tuesday (July 4), Hyderabad City police imposed certain traffic restrictions and diverted vehicle traffic for security reasons.
The President of India will arrive at Hakimpet Air Force Station and will proceed to Rashtrapathi Nilayam, Bollarum.
The traffic will be stopped for a while or diverted at the following places/routes Hanuman Temple near Hakimpet Y Junction, Bollarum Check Post, Navy Junction, Yapral Road, Helipad Y Junction, Bison Gate, and Lothukunta.
Due to VIP movement between 10 am and 6 pm, the traffic will be stopped for a while or diverted in en route at the following places/routes, Bollarum, Alwal, Lothkunta, Trimulgherry, Karkhana, JBS, Plaza Junction, PNT Flyover, HPS Out Gate, Begumpet Flyover, Greenlands Junction, Monappa Junction, Punjagutta, NFCL, NTR Bhavan, Jubilee Hills check Post, Road No. 45 junction.
The citizens are requested to take note of the said program and plan their movements accordingly during the specified date and timings and cooperate with the Hyderabad Traffic Poice, City Additional Commissioner (Traffic) G. Sudheer Babu said in a statement. (Maxim News)
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