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Traffic Restriction in Hyderabad, PM Modi to visit ISB

The city traffic department has imposed traffic restrictions in the area from 1 pm to 5 pm on Thursday due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the Indian School of Business (ISB) at Gachibowli.

The management of offices located between the Gachibowli Stadium to IIIT Junction, IIIT Junction to Wipro Junction and IIIT Junction to Gachibowli to set their timings according or tell their employees to opt to work from home to avoid any inconvenience, The Cyberabad police requested.

Some of the alternative routes are: Traffic from Gachibowli Junction towards Lingampally can take a diversion at Gachibowli Junction-right turn- Botanical Garden- left turn- Kondapur Area Hospital-Masjid Banda- left turn-Masjid Banda Kaman-right turn-HCU Depot road towards Lingampally Road.

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Additionally, traffic coming from Lingampally towards Gachibowli can take the diversion at HCU Depot-left turn-Masjid Banda Kaman-left turn-Masjid Banda-Kondapur area hospital-Botanical garden-right turn towards Gachibowli Junction.

Those travelling from Wipro towards Lingampally can take a diversion at Wipro Junction – left turn – Q City – Gowlidoddi – Gopanpally X road – right turn – HCU back gate – Nallagandla and proceed towards Lingampally Road. Towards Gachibowli junction, traffic from Wipro can take a detour at the Wipro junction- right turn- Fairfield Hotel- Nanakramguda Rotary- left turn- ORR- L&T Towers and Gachibowli junction.

There can be a diversion at the Durgam Cheruvu cable-stayed bridge towards Gachibowli junction via Road No. 45- Ratnadeep- Madhapur L&O PS- Cyber Towers- HITEX- Kothaguda- Botanical and Gachibowli Junction. Heavy vehicles will be restricted on these roads, according to officials.

Prime Minister Modi will attend the graduation ceremony for the class of 2022 of the Post Graduate Program at ISB Hyderabad and participate in the celebration of ISB Hyderabad’s 20th anniversary.

There will be approximately 900 students from ISB’s Hyderabad and Mohali campuses participating in this event. According to police sources, around 2,500 police personnel will be deployed for the visit. All necessary arrangements have been made, they said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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