Hyderabad, Aug 10: The Hyderabad City Police has imposed certain traffic restrictions from 2 PM to 7 PM in connection with “Nava Bharat Yuva Bheri” public meeting to be held by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi at L.B. Stadium on Sunday.
According to police, at AR Petrol Pump Jn., traffic will not be allowed towards BJR Statue and will be diverted towards Nampally or Ravindra Bharati; Traffic coming from Abids and Gunfoundry side will not be allowed towards BJR Statue and Basheerbagh Jn., and it will be diverted at Gunfoundry towards Chapel road; Traffic coming from Basheerbagh Jn. and going towards GPO, Abids will be diverted at Basheerbagh Jn. towards Hyderguda and King Koti road; Traffic coming from Old MLA quarters towards Basheerbagh will be diverted at old MLA Qtrs towards Himayatnagar Y Jn; Traffic coming from Rajmohalla road towards old MLA Quarters will be diverted at Cemetery Jn. towards King Koti or Narayanguda; Traffic coming from King Koti to Basheerbagh via: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan will be diverted at King Koti X Roads towards Tajmahal; Traffic coming from Liberty towards Basheerbagh Jn. will be diverted at Liberty Jn. towards Himayatnagar; Traffic coming from Bahseerbagh to Traffic Control Room will be diverted at Basheerbagh Jn., towards Liberty; Traffic coming from Traffic Control Room towards Basheerbagh Jn. will be diverted at PCR towards Nampally road andTraffic coming from Hill Fort will be diverted towards Nampally at old PCR junction and will not allowed towards Basheerbagh.
All DCMs/Lorries and Buses coming from Karimnagar, Nizamabad, Adilabad, Warangal, Khammam and Medak districts should be alighting at Ambedkar statue (Tank bund) and directed them to park the vehicles at NTR Stadium. All heavy vehicles like DCMs/Lorries and Buses coming from Mahabubnagar and Nalgonda should alight at Nampally, A.R Petrol Pump and directed them to park at Exhibition Grounds.
All heavy vehicles like DCMs/Lorries and Buses coming from RR Dist and Hyderabad surrounding areas should alight at PCR and have been directed them to park at Public Gardens. Similarly, all two wheelers and 4-wheelers directed to park their vehicles at Nizam College grounds, Stanley Engineering College, Aliya College and Mahabubia College.