Srinagar- In view of the rally being organized by “Apni Party” at S.K Stadium Sonwar on 12th November 2022, The Traffic Police Srinagar has issued a traffic advisory in this regard.
The participants in the rally have been advised to adopt the following traffic diversions in view of the large number of vehicles expected to enter Srinagar City from various routes towards the venue.
The rally bound vehicles travelling from South Kashmir (Anantnag, Pulwama, Awantipora, Shopian) shall adopt Panthachowk – Athwajan – Batwara Route for reaching the venue. Cut off for such vehicles will be at Kendriya Vidyalaya Shivpora Srinagar
Parking has been made available inside Kendriya Vidyalaya School.
Other private and commercial vehicles, travelling towards Srinagar have been told to adopt Panthachowk-Nowgam-Sanath Nagar route.
Rally bound vehicles from Budgam shall adopt Hyderpora – Rambagh – Tulsibagh – Pr.Convent route. Cut off for such vehicles will be at Presentation Convent School.
Parking arrangements are at Gindun Park Rajbagh , Institute of Hotel Management Rajbagh, Horticulture Department Rajbagh and along Jehlum Bund Rajbagh.
The Rally bound vehicles from North Kashmir shall adopt HMT- Bemina Bypass – Tengpora – Hyderpora – Rambagh – Tulsibagh – Pr. Convent route. Cut off for such vehicles will be at Presentation Convent School.
Parking at Gindun Park/Institute of Hotel Management/ Horticulture Department Rajbagh and along Jhelum Bund Rajbagh.
Rally bound vehicles from Srinagar shall utilize the designated parking lots at Astro Turf, TRC parking and Indoor Stadium Poloview.
Rally bound vehicles from Bandipora/Ganderbal shall adopt foreshore road. The cut off for such vehicles shall be at Lalit Crossing.
Parking arrangements have been made at Zabarwan Park and Private parking near Lalit Ghat.
All the rally bound vehicles are advised to adopt the same route for the return journey to reach their respective destinations.
The general Public has been advised to avoid unnecessary travel towards Lalchowk, Dalgate, Rajbagh and Sonwar on 12th Nov from 09:00 A.M till 05:00 P.M.
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