Hyderabad: The Hyderabad traffic police on Wednesday issued a traffic advisory in view of Vice-President M. Venkaiah Naidu visiting the city on Thursday.
The traffic will either be stopped or diverted at the following places/routes:
On Thursday at 9 am in the morning, the Vice-President will arrive at the Begumpet Airport and will visit the Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research, Begumpet, near Government Girls College. The V-P will
further proceed to his residence at Jubilee Hills, via Panjagutta flyover, Jubilee Hills check post at 11 am in the morning.
Additional commissioner of police traffic Anil Kumar requested all the citizens to take a note of the above programme and plan their movements accordingly and co-operate with the Hyderabad traffic police.
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