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    Hyderabad city police have announced traffic restrictions for a 46-day period in light of the 83rd All India Industrial Exhibition at the Exhibition Grounds in Nampally. These restrictions will be in place from January 01, 2024 to February 15, 2024, starting from 4 pm until midnight each day.

    According to the police, TSRTC District Buses, Private Buses, and Heavy Vehicles coming from SA Bazaar and Jambagh side and intending to go towards Nampally side will be diverted at MJ Market towards Abids junction.

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    RTC District Buses, Private Buses, and Heavy Vehicles coming from Police Control Room & Basheer Bagh and intending to go towards Nampally will be diverted at AR Petrol Pump and BJR Statue towards Abids.

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    Vehicles coming from Begum Bazar Chatri and intending to go towards Malakunta will be diverted at Alaska junction towards Darusalam and Ek minar, Nampally.

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    Those coming from Darusalam (Goshamahal Road) and intending to go towards Afzalgunj or Abids will be diverted at Alaska junction towards Begum Bazar, City College, and Nayapool. From Moosa Bowli/Bahadurpura side and intending to go towards Nampally will be diverted at City College towards Nayapool & MJ Market.

    The police have requested the public to take alternate routes and use public transport facilities like RTC Buses and Metro Rail Services to alleviate traffic congestion and parking issues. They also urged cooperation with the police personnel on duty.

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