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    Traffic restrictions have been announced in Hyderabad in connection with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the city and the BJP public meeting at Parade Ground. The restrictions will be in place from 2 pm to 8 pm.

    According to the police, the general public is advised to avoid roads from Punjagutta – Greenlands – Begumpet to Secunderabad Parade Ground as there will be traffic congestion on surrounding roads. The road between Tivoli X-roads to Plaza X-roads will be closed.

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    Junctions including Chilakalguda, Alugaddabai, Sangeeth, YMCA, Patny, SBH X roads, CTO Junction, Brooke Bond Junction, Tivoli Junction, SweekarUpakar Junction, Secunderabad Club, Trimulgherry, Tadbund, Centre Point, Diamond Point, Bowenpally, Rasoolpura, Begumpet, and Paradise are expected to experience traffic congestion. The public is advised to avoid MG Road, RP Road, and SD Road. Passengers traveling by evening trains from Secunderabad railway station and by RTC buses through Jubilee bus station are requested to start early and use metro rail services.

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    The traffic diversion points are Sangeeth ‘X’ road- YMCA – Patny – Paradise – CTO – Rasoolpura –Begumpet – Balamrai – Brooke Bond – Tivoli –Sweekar Upkaar – YMCA – St Johns Rotary. Bowenpally – Tadbund – Ranigunj – Tank Bund – Karkhana – JBS – SBH. RTA Trimulgherry – Karkhana – Malkajgiri – Safilguda. Jubilee Hills Check Post – Punjagutta – Khairatabad – Green Lands – Raj Bahavan.

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    Police have urged commuters to stay updated on traffic updates through Hyderabad Traffic Police’s social media platforms and to contact the traffic helpline at 9010203626 in case of any emergencies during travel.

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