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HYDERABAD: Traffic movement would be restricted near Exhibition Grounds in Nampally on Tuesday and Wednesday in connection with the distribution of fish ‘prasadam', the police said.
People coming in four-wheelers from Public Garden side would alight at Government Junior College for Girls, Nampally, park the vehicles there and walk inside through Ajanta gate.
Those coming in buses or vans would have to get down at Bamboo ‘adda', Malakunta road and walk up to the Exhibition Grounds. Empty vehicles would proceed to Goshamahal grounds for parking. All VIPs with car passes would proceed from Taj Island and Gandhi Bhavan towards Central Warehouse Corporation and park vehicles there.
After taking the ‘prasadam', they would exit from the Exhibition Club gate, turn left to join Dar-us-Salam road and proceed towards Ek Minar mosque.
VIP pass holders travelling on two-wheelers would also take the same route. Those coming on two-wheelers would park their vehicles at open space opposite Ajanta Gate light signal, Chandra Vihar premises, Gruhakalpa, Kattalmandi land and New Mysore Café lane. If spaces at these places are filled, all two-wheelers would be directed to Nampally College for Girls.
All government and military vehicles, without car passes, would be parked in Gagan Vihar building. All police vehicles on duty would be parked at DEO office building (four-wheelers) and the setback area (APHB opposite Andhra Bank (two-wheelers). Vehicular traffic coming from M.J. Market and going towards Nampally would be diverted towards Abids, Nampally railway station road that leads to A1 Cafe.
However water tankers of HMWS&SB, vehicles of Fisheries Department bringing fishes to the Exhibition Grounds and those belonging to voluntary organisations carrying food materials with valid passes would be exempted from this restriction.
General traffic coming from Muslim Jung Bridge intending to go to the Nampally side would be diverted at Alaska hotel towards Dar-us-Salam.
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