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HYDERABAD: The route from VV Statue at Khairatabad to Monappa Island in Somajiguda via Yashoda Hospital would be closed for general traffic from 8 a.m. to noon on Wednesday in connection with the swearing-in ceremony of the council of Ministers at Raj Bhavan.
Vehicles would not be allowed from Nirankari Bhavan and Khairatabad flyover side to Raj Bhavan. They would be diverted towards KCP junction and NIMS, the Hyderabad Traffic Police Additional Commissioner C.V. Anand said. Traffic coming from KCP junction and NIMS side would not be allowed to turn left at VV Statue towards Raj Bhavan and would be diverted either onto Khairatabad flyover or Nirankari Bhavan.
Vehicles would not be allowed from Greenlands to Raj Bhavan road at Monappa Island and would be diverted towards Punjagutta crossroads. Traffic would not be allowed from Punjagutta to KCP junction at Nasar School lane to take left turn towards Metro residence.
“Hence, it would be better to avoid this route both from VV Statue and Monappa Island sides on Wednesday morning and take alternative routes to reach destinations,” Mr. Anand said. He appealed to all Members of Parliament and Legislative Assembly to reach Raj Bhavan in advance to avoid inconvenience.
All VVIPs coming from Jubilee Hills and Banjara Hills were requested to come via Punjagutta flyover, Chief Minister's camp-office-cum-residence, Monappa Island and Metro Residence.
Patients and attendants going to Yashoda and other hospitals located in this route are suggested to come from Monappa Island.
“Ambulances anyway would be allowed. Depending on emergency, patients too would be given passage,” the officials said.
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