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    Special Chief Secretary, Municipal Administration Arvind Kumar has announced that the 2 and 7 exit points of Nehru Outer Ring Road in Hyderabad will be closed due to waterlogging issues. He mentioned that the authorities are currently working on resolving the situation and will reopen the roads for public use as soon as possible.

    In a tweet, Arvind Kumar stated that Exit 2 and 7 are closed due to waterlogging and advised people to avoid these areas. He also assured that efforts will be made to open the exits as soon as possible.

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    This temporary closure of the exit points is a result of the waterlogging problem. The authorities are working diligently to address the issue and ensure the safety and convenience of the public.

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