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Police Commissioner M Mahendar Reddy on Sunday released a notification on traffic regulation on December 20. It is to be mentioned that Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao is likely to host a Christian dinner at LB Stadium from 5 pm to 9 pm in the city. 
The notification issued in the interest of the public, claims that the following diversions and restrictions to be imposed in certain areas to relieve congestion and to maintain hasslefree traffic in the city during the event on December 20.
The notification issued says that the traffic at AR Petrol Pump Junction, will not be allowed towards BJR Statue and will be diverted towards Nampally (through KLK Building) or Ravindra Bharati. Similarly, vehicles from Abids and Gunfoundry side will not be allowed towards BJR statue and Basheerbagh Junction, it will be diverted at Gunfoundry towards Chapel road. At AR Petrol Pump Jn., traffic will not be allowed towards BJR Statue and will be diverted towards Nampally (through KLK Building) or Ravindra Bharati. 
Similarly, traffic coming from Abids and Gunfoundry side will not be allowed towards BJR statue and Basheerbagh Jn., and it will be diverted at Gunfoundry towards Chapel road. In the same way, Traffic moving from Basheerbagh Jn. and going towards GPO, Abids will be diverted at Basheerbagh Jn. towards Hyderguda and King Koti road. Commuters from Old MLA quarters towards Basheerbagh will be diverted at old MLA quarters' towards Himayatnagar Y Junction. 
Traffic from King Koti to Basheerbagh via: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan will be diverted at King Koti X Roads towards Tajmahal and Eden Garden. Surburbunites coming from Liberty towards Basheerbagh Junction, will be diverted at Liberty Junction towards Himayatnagar. The Police Commissioner appealed to the citizens to take alternative routes to their destinations during the specified timings and co-operate with the Traffic Police.

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