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    Today, on April 27th, 2021, the state of Telangana is celebrating Hanuman Jayanti, a Hindu festival that commemorates the birth of Lord Hanuman. As part of the celebration, a grand procession is taking place in various parts of the state. However, due to the ongoing pandemic situation, the government has imposed certain traffic restrictions to ensure the safety of the people.

    The procession is expected to start early in the morning and continue until late evening. The organizers have planned various cultural programs, including music and dance performances, along with the traditional rituals. The procession will pass through several major roads and intersections, causing traffic disruptions in the affected areas. To avoid inconvenience to the public, the authorities have announced alternative routes and advised commuters to plan their travel accordingly.

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    The police department has deployed additional personnel to manage the traffic flow and maintain law and order during the event. They have also issued guidelines to the organizers and participants to follow COVID-19 protocols such as wearing masks and maintaining social distancing. The authorities have warned that any violation of these guidelines would result in strict action.

    In conclusion, while Hanuman Jayanti is an important festival for the people of Telangana, it is equally important to prioritize public safety during these challenging times. The traffic restrictions imposed by the government may cause inconvenience to some, but they are necessary to ensure the smooth conduct of the event without any untoward incidents. It is our collective responsibility to follow the guidelines and cooperate with the authorities to make this celebration a success while keeping ourselves and others safe.

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