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Mumbai Police to impose traffic curbs around Chaitya Bhoomi for Mahaparinirvan Din Of Dr.B.R.Ambedkar on 6 Dec

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Mumbai Police to impose traffic curbs around Chaitya Bhoomi for Mahaparinirvan Din Of Dr.B.R.Ambedkar on 6 Dec

Ahead of Dr.B R Ambedkar’s Mahaparinirvan Din (death anniversary) on December 6, the city police have decided to impose traffic restrictions and diversions from Saturday.

As per police reports, people in large numbers from up countries will start arriving in the city to pay homage to Dr Ambedkar from Saturday onwards at the Chaitanya Bhoomi and most of them stay till Tuesday.

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According to Traffic Police, In view of the large-scale congregation around Chaitya Bhoomi, the traffic movement will be diverted to the adjoining roads. To ensure smooth flow of traffic, some restrictions will be imposed beginning Saturday afternoon till Tuesday.

As part of these temporary changes, S K Bole Road in Dadar west will be one-way from Siddhi Vinayak junction up to Hanuman temple and there will be no entry from the temple. Bhavani Shankar Road will be one-way from Hanuman temple or Dadar Kabutarkhana upto its Junction with Gokhale Road South that is there will be no entr from Gokhale Road South via Gopinath Chavan Chowk, except for BEST Buses and emergency or utility services, SVS Road from Siddhi Vinayak junction upto Hinduja Hospital will be closed for all vehicular traffic and local residents can go upto road number five, that is Pandurang Naik Marg junction, from Hinduja Hospital. Except BEST buses, all other heavy vehicles and goods carriers will be diverted from Mahim junction via Mori Road towards Senapati Bapat Road.

Around eight roads in the vicinity of Chaitya Bhoomi will become ‘No Parking Zones’ from Friday to Sunday, while nine places have been kept for parking, including Senapati Bapat Marg in Mahim and Dadar and Reti Bunder (Mahim).
Dr Ambedkar, the chief architect of the Indian Constitution, was laid to rest at Chaiya Bhoomi. People visit the place in large numbers to pay homage to the social reformer.

News Input: K.V.Raman

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