SRINAGAR: Traffic police Srinagar has announced the route plan for the traffic in connection with Friday Following Eid-Milad-un-Nabi (SAW). As per the communiqué of the Traffic authorities, for Zayireen coming from LAL CHOWK TO DARGAH HAZRATBAL, all types of vehicles including passenger vehicles shall adopt the following routes from Lal chowk Srinagar to Holy shrine at Hazratbal: LAL CHOWK – SRTC BRIDGE – IKHWAN CROSSING – POLICE STATION KHANYAR – BHORI KADAL – RAJOURI KADAL – GOJWARI CHOWK HAWAL- SHERI BHAT – BAGI ALI MARDAN – LAL BAZAAR – DARGAH HAZRATBAL.
For Zayireen coming from BARAMULLA-KUPWARA- (NORTH KASHMIR) TOWARDS DARGAH HAZRATBAL, vehicles carrying will adopt BYE PASS TANGPORA, BEMINA BYE PASS QAMARWARI – CEMENT BRIDGE NOORBAGH- IDDGAH CROSSING-ALAMGARI BAZAAR-BAGI ALI MARDAN- LAL BAZAAR-DARGAH HAZRATBAL.
Vehicles carrying Zayireen from South Kashmir i,e District Anantnag, Kulgam, Shopian and Pulwama shall adopt following route, Panthchowk-Sonwar,-Gupkar-Foreshore-Nishat-Dargah Hazratbal.
For Zayireen coming from Bandipore, Kangan and Ganderbal areas shall adopt the following route, Pandach- Zakoora route and Vehicles carrying Zayreens from Harwan and its adjacent areas shall adopt Foreshore route and shall adopt the same route.
Return routes for the Zayireen have been earmarked in which, vehicles for Lal Chowk and Budgam- Baramulla-Kupwara shall follow Regional Engineering College – Aishahibgh Crossing – Rainawari-Khalifapora – Nowpora Bridge – Khayyam Chowk (Right) – Ikhwan Crossing – SRTC Crossing. However the vehicles bound for North Kashmir i.e Budgam-Baramulla-Kupwara will be diverted at Khalifapora towards Peer Dastigeer Sahib Khanyar-Sumkachbal-Police Station Khanyar-Nalamar Road-Qamarwari for their respective destinations, while as for vehicles for Anantnag-Pulwama-Awantipora-Shopian will return adopting, Foreshore-Nishat-Gupkar-Sonwar Bazar and Panthchowk Route. Traffic authorities have requested all Zayireen, to follow the route plan as no vehicle shall be allowed to ply against the route.
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