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    The President of India, Droupadi Murmu, will be visiting Hyderabad on Tuesday, July 4th. For security reasons, the Hyderabad City police have implemented certain traffic restrictions and diverted vehicles. The President will arrive at Hakimpet Air Force Station and then proceed to Rashtrapathi Nilayam in Bollarum.

    During the visit, traffic will be stopped or diverted at several locations: Hanuman Temple near Hakimpet Y Junction, Bollarum Check Post, Navy Junction, Yapral Road, Helipad Y Junction, Bison Gate, and Lothukunta. These restrictions will be in place between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

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    In addition, due to VIP movement, traffic will also be stopped or diverted at Bollarum, Alwal, Lothkunta, Trimulgherry, Karkhana, JBS, Plaza Junction, PNT Flyover, HPS Out Gate, Begumpet Flyover, Greenlands Junction, Monappa Junction, Panjagutta, NFCL, NTR Bhavan, Jubilee Hills Check Post, and Road No. 45 Junction.

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    Citizens are advised to plan their movements accordingly and cooperate with the Hyderabad Traffic Police.

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