Home Central Mumbai Traffic police issues Traffic Diversion details in south Mumbai on the eve of Eid – Milad, first Eid -e Milad procession pictures here

Mumbai Traffic police issues Traffic Diversion details in south Mumbai on the eve of Eid – Milad, first Eid -e Milad procession pictures here

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Mumbai Traffic police issues Traffic Diversion details in south  Mumbai on the eve of  Eid – Milad, first  Eid -e Milad procession  pictures here
First picture of Eid-e Milad Procession amid lockdown.

police security beefed up at Khilafat House on the eve of Eid-e Milad.

Traffic Diversion Details and Road information Details which will be closed Today due to Eid E Milad Procession :

News Input  and Pictures by Imran Mulla South Mumbai Corrospondent :

Byculla Division: 
Sheth Motishi Lane, Byculla East
From Parab Chowk To Byculla police station road will be closed.
Dr.B.A.Road :
Dadaji Konddev Junction To Khadaparsi
3,Ram Bhau Bhogle Marg to Mustafa Bazaar
4 Jeena Bhai Rathod Marg. Kaklij Chowk to Hong Kong Bridge
5 :Balwant Singh Doghi Marg
Netbit Junction, St. Mary School and Sales Tax Circle.
Nagpada Division :
Bapurao Jagtab Marg, Khda parsi and Saat Rasta Circle
N. M.Joshi Marg, S Bridge
Byculla railway station, Kalapani junction.
Maulana Azad road, Nagpada, Do Tanki Junction.
Pydhoni Division :
J.J.Juction, Bhendi Bazaar, E. R. Road, Mandvi Junction
Azad Mandan Junction :
Chakala junction, Himalaya House and L. T.Marg.
Kalba Devi Division :
Abdul Rehman Street, Teen Batti Circle.

 

Eid – e – Milad Brief details :

Mumbai: Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad and prestigious festival of Islam is being celebrated with religious fervour in different parts of the country today.

In Mumbai people take out procession through historical places and it ends at the historical places of south Mumbai’ Khilafat House. Prominent Political leaders from different parties, Muslim leaders , spiritual leaders from many religions attend this function.

Besides in Maharashtra, various organising committees decided not to take out Eid-e- Milad processions in view of Covid-19 pandemic.

However, this year ,the Goverenment of Maharashtra has not allowed mass procession and big gathering, but only very limited gathering of few people at Khilafat House.

Despite all muslim leaders and delegations having met Home Minister Anil Deshmukh and requested to allow procession, but due to current Covid-19 pandemic situation, Mumbai police did not allow mass procession.

News Edit by K.V.Raman

 

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