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    Hyderabad traffic police have issued a traffic advisory due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to attend a Road Show in the city. The traffic restrictions will be in place from 1 pm to 10 pm. The affected areas include Begumpet Airport, Kachiguda X Roads, and several other locations along the route.

    During this time, traffic will be restricted and diverted in the following areas: Begumpet Airport, Airport Y Junction, PNT Fly Over, Shoppers Stop, Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet FlyOver, Green lands, Ameerpet, Punjagutta, Rajiv Gandhi Statue/Monappa Island Junction, Yashoda Hospital, MMTS, Raj Bhavan, VV Statue, Nirankari, Old Saifabad police station, Iqbal Minar, Khairtabad Flyover, Indira Rotary (Necklace Rotary), NTR Marg, Telugu Thalli, Katta Maisamma, Indira Park, Ashoknagar, RTC X Roads, Chikkadpally, Narayanguda, and Kachiguda X Roads.

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    Additionally, traffic coming from Musheerabad towards RTC X Road will be diverted at Sagar Lal Hospital towards Ramnagar. Traffic from Hindi Maha Vidyalaya towards RTC X Road will be diverted at Azamabad X Road towards Ramnagar. It is advised for commuters to plan their travel accordingly and follow the instructions of the traffic police during this time.

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