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    The annual Milad procession in Hyderabad has been postponed to maintain peace during the Milad-un-Nabi and Ganesh immersion festivals. The procession will now take place on October 1st after the Ganesh festivities conclude. This decision was made to promote communal harmony and respect between Muslims and non-Muslims in the city.

    The committee responsible for organizing the procession announced the postponement after discussions with various organizations involved. The procession will start at Mecca Masjid and pass through several areas before ending at Moghalpura.

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    The Milad juloos has been organized by SUFI for the past 16 years, with the participation of other organizations as well. Initially, there was some confusion and misunderstanding about the cancellation of the juloos. However, a committee was formed to resolve these issues and finalize the new date.

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    The organizers met with the Police Commissioner and sought permission for the Milad celebrations. The police have increased patrols and surveillance in sensitive areas to ensure public safety and prevent any disruptions during the upcoming festivals.

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    The police are also conducting meetings and counseling sessions with community members, particularly young people, to discourage any potential troublemakers. They believe that the combined efforts of the majority can effectively counter any disturbances.

    Overall, the goal is to celebrate both the Ganesh festival and Milad-un-Nabi incident-free and in a grand manner, showcasing the unity and harmony in Hyderabad.

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