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Traffic curbs for Bakrid prayers

Staff Reporter

HYDERABAD: Traffic movement will be restricted in the city from 8 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. on Saturday at Mir Alam Tank and Secunderabad Idgahs on the eve of Id-ul-Zuha (Bakrid) prayers.

Mir Alam Tank

Traffic going towards Idgah will be allowed via Puranapul and Bahadurpura police station.

Vehicles will not be allowed to proceed from Idgah towards Bahadurpura police station, Puranapul and adjoining areas.

Traffic coming from Shivrampally and NPA towards Bahadurpura will be diverted at Danamma huts ‘T’ junction towards Engine Bowli till congregation disperses from the Idgah after prayers.

According to a press release, cars, RTC and tourist buses, lorries and other vehicles carrying devout will not be allowed to enter Idgah via Mir Alam Filter bed ‘T’ junction.

Secunderabad

Cars, motorcycles, RTC buses and lorries will go straight from Idgah crossroads via Balamrai and proceed to Idgah from Balamrai road ‘T’ junction.

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