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No major traffic woes expected on Day 2 of visit

DNAHM115349 | 9/14/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :153 | India

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For the second day of the PM’s visit, there will not be any roadblocks or diversion for the public. As per the plan, traffic movement for the PM’s convoy will be held for some time, but they will be reopened once it passes.
On Thursday, locals will face some traffic issues on the Science city, Thaltej Road, as the convoy will passing from the area, but according to the traffic department, they have not blocked or diverted any routes.
Sudhir Desai, in-charge JCP of traffic, said, “There will be minor friction on the convoy’s routes when the traffic will be stopped for a while, but we will be able to manage and clear the traffic as soon as the convoy passes.”
On Wednesday, due to the grand rehearsal unde
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