Srinagar, May 15 (KNS): To ensure smooth movement of traffic in Srinagar city on the eve of Meraj-ul-Alam, the Traffic Police, Srinagar issued traffic plan for all types of vehicles carrying devotees from different destinations.
Vehicles including passenger vehicles carrying devotees shall adopt following routes from Lal Chowk Srinagar to Holy Shrine Hazratbal.
Lal Chowk – SRTC Bridge – Ikhwan Crossing – Police Station Khanyar-Bohri Kadal-Rajouri Kadal-Gojwara Chowk-Hawal-Shree Bhat-Bagh-i-Ali Mardan-Lal Bazar-Dargah Hazratbal.
The vehicles carrying devotees of North Kashmir i.e. Baramulla, Kupwara, Handwara, Bandipora and Budgam shall adopt following routes.
Bemina – Bye Pass – Toto Ground Qamarwari – Cement Bridge-Noor Bagh-Sakidafar-Sazgaripora-Hawal-Alamgari Bazar-Lal Bazar-Dargah Hazratbal.
The vehicles carrying devotees from South Kashmir Anantnag, Kulgam, Shopian, Pulwama and Awantipora towards Dargah Hazratbal shall adopt the following routes.
Pantha Chowk – Sonwar Bazar – Gupkar Grand Palace – Nishat-Foreshore Habak-Dargah Hazratbal.
All vehicles carrying devotees shall adopt on the return from Dargah Hazratbal Shrine, the routes NIT-Ashai Bagh Crossing-Rainawari-Khalifapora-Nowpora Bridge-Khayam Chowk (Right)-Ikhwan Crossing-SRTC Crossing.
The North bound vehicles shall take left turn at SRTC Crossing along Moulana Azad Bridge Dalgate towards Pantha Chowk. However, the vehicles bound for North Kashmir will be diverted at Khalifapora towards Peer Dastigeer Sahib Khanyar-Sumkachbal-Police Station Khanyar-Nalamar Road-Qamarwari for the respective destinations.
The vehicles carrying devotees from Harwan and adjacent areas may adopt the Dal Foreshore road and devotees arriving from Kangan and Ganderbal areas shall de board near Naseem Bagh and take the same route back.
Moreover, the vehicles carrying people from Anantnag, Pulwama-Shopian and its adjacent areas shall adopted Dal Foreshore route.
The vehicles shall enter inside Naseem Bagh Campus, Engineering College (NIT), in front of Traffic Camp (officials vehicles only) and shall remain parked in the area of University Campus near Convocation Hall.
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