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Political party leaders, trade unions, merchants associations and elected representatives, who took part in the meeting, emphasised the need to restore the traffic flow from Killipalam to East Fort before the Navaratri celebrations when idols from Tamil Nadu are brought in a ceremonial procession along the Chalai Road to the Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple.
The earlier one-way system from Killipalam to East Fort was temporarily reversed after the Thampanoor and Power House Roads were closed to traffic for reconstruction of the railway culvert.
The Mayor had convened today's meeting following complaints about the `unscientific reform'. Last month, the City Corporation council adopted a resolution calling for restoring the direction of traffic flow.
The Town Planning Committee Chairman Palayam Rajan, councillors, Corporation officials, traffic police officials, leaders of the CPI(M), CPI, AITUC, CITU, UTUC, INTUC and DYFI, representatives of the Vyapara Samithy and the Kerala Vyapari Vyavasayi Ekopana Samithy, Flowerists' Association and Samsakarika Kala Samithy participated in the talks.
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