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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Hyderabad on March 4th and 5th. To ensure smooth traffic flow during his visit, Hyderabad city police have issued traffic restrictions.

    The Prime Minister will travel from Begumpet Airport to Raj Bhavan via several landmarks including Airport Y Junction, Shoppers Stop, Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet Fly Over, Green lands, Rajiv Gandhi Statue/Monappa Island Junction, Yashoda Hospital, MMTS, and finally Raj Bhavan.

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    On Tuesday between 9.50 am to 10.15 am, the Prime Minister will return to Begumpet Airport following a different route passing through MMTS, Yashoda Hospital, Rajiv Gandhi Statue/Monappa Island Junction, Pragathi Bhavan, Begumpet Fly Over, Hyderabad Public School, Shoppers Stop, Airport Y Junction, and finally Begumpet Airport.

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    Citizens are advised to be aware of the Prime Minister’s schedule and plan their movements accordingly. They are also requested to cooperate with the Hyderabad Traffic Police during this time.

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