Traffic curbs in Hyderabad for Durga idol immersion
In view of the immersion of Durga Matha Idols at Hussain Sagar Lake traffic will be diverted at NTR Margand People’s Plaza P.V. Marg (Necklace Road) on 06-10-2022 from 1600 hrs to till the conclusion of immersion.
At Necklace Rotary: Traffic coming from Khairatabad flyover will not be allowed towards the NTR Marg and will be diverted towards Mint Compound Road via IMAX Theatre.
At Telugu Talli Statue Jn: Traffic coming from Ambedker statue will not be allowed towards NTR Marg and will be diverted towards Iqbal Minar.
At Nallagutta Bridge: Traffic coming from Minister Road will not be allowed towards the P.V. Marg (Necklace Road) and will be diverted towards Karbala at Nallagutta Bridge.
At Buddha Bhavan: Traffic coming from Buddha Bhavan will not be allowed towards Nallagutta Bridge and P.V. Marg (Necklace Road), committers who are intending to go towards Minister Road may take the route via Ranigunj.
Further it is informed that the above traffic diversions will be made on need basis depending on the traffic congestion of Durga Matha idols coming for immersion at NTR Marg.
All citizens are requested to take note of the above traffic diversions and cooperate with City Traffic Police.
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