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Traffic alert in mumbai for pm modi's visit, western expressway to see slow movement, pm modi is scheduled to inaugurate and lay foundation stones of a string of projects worth more than rs 38,000 crore in mumbai..
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The traffic movement in several parts of Mumbai is likely to be affected on Thursday (January 19) in view of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the financial capital . PM Modi is scheduled to inaugurate and lay foundation stones of several projects during his one-day visit to the city.
Dear Mumbaikars, Traffic advisory in view of MMRDA Program BKC (Bandra east ) tomorrow. #MTPTrafficUpdates pic.twitter.com/O8Ll4zbav1 — Mumbai Traffic Police (@MTPHereToHelp) January 18, 2023
A few roads have been closed to traffic. On other roads, traffic will be diverted ahead of the prime minister's visit.
PM Modi is scheduled to inaugurate and lay foundation stones of a string of projects worth more than Rs 38,000 crore in Mumbai. He will dedicate to the nation the Mumbai Metro Rail Lines 2A and 7.
Due to planned public function in BKC & Gundavali Metro stn tomorrow, expect slow moving South bound traffic on WEH towards Bandra East b/w 4.15 to 5.30 pm & North bound traffic towards Andheri b/w 5.30-6.45 pm. Citizens are advised to plan commute accordingly #MTPTrafficUpdate — Mumbai Traffic Police (@MTPHereToHelp) January 18, 2023
Additionally, entry of all heavy vehicles on all roads, including Western Express Highway in Western Suburbs will also be banned between 12:00 pm and 9 pm tomorrow.
However, ambulances, school buses and other buses have been exempted from the said restriction, a Mumbai Traffic Police notification read.
Ban on flying activities in some areas
Flying activities will also remain prohibited under the limits of police stations at Bandra Kurla Complex and nearby areas in Mumbai on Thursday due to PM Modi's visit.
The prime minister is scheduled to attend a function to be held on the MMRDA grounds in the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). These prohibited activities include the use of drones, paragliders, and remote-controlled micro-light aircraft.
"The restriction on flying activities will remain in place between 12:00 pm and 12:00 am under the jurisdiction of four police stations, namely BKC, Andheri, Meghwadi, and Jogeshwari on Thursday, the Mumbai Police said in an order," news agency PTI reported.
Mumbai Metro to take hit
Even the Mumbai metro will take a hit during PM Modi's visit . The services on the Ghatkopar-Versova Mumbai Metro Blue Line 1 will be delayed for a few hours on Thursday to facilitate the visit of PM Modi for the opening of two new corridors of Mumbai Metro.
Metro services will be hit for 1 hour 45 minutes between 5:45 pm and 7:30 pm. The authorities have requested commuters to plan their travel accordingly. "We regret the inconvenience," it said.
Security geared up
Security has been beefed up as a large number of VIPs are expected to attend the BKC for the PM's event, a Mumbai police official told PTI.
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Traffic restrictions announced ahead of PM Modi's Mumbai visit | Check details
Today, the prime minister will inaugurate a slew of projects, including Lines 2A and 7 of the Mumbai Metro.
On Thursday, prime minister Narendra Modi will be in Mumbai to inaugurate a slew of projects, including Lines 2A and 7 of the Mumbai Metro. The city's traffic police have, therefore, put in place traffic restrictions, and appealed to commuters to plan their journey accordingly.
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The Mumbai Traffic Police gave the following details on its Twitter handle :
(1.) From 4:15 pm to 5:30 pm, slow moving South-bound traffic is expected on the Western Express Highway (towards Bandra East). From 5:30 pm to 6:45 pm, slow moving North-bound traffic is likely on the Western Express Highway (towards Andheri).
(2.) Towards Colaba, the movement of vehicles will be slow from 4:15 pm to 5:30 pm, and towards Dahisar from 5:30 pm to 5:45 pm.
(3.) From 12 pm to 9 pm, heavy vehicles will not be allowed on any road in the Western Suburb of the financial capital, including on the Western Express Highway (WEH).
(4.) Those driving from WEH/Worli Sea Link, and going through the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) premises towards Kurla, shall take the road to MMRDA Junction, and proceed through Dharavi T Junction towards Kurla and Eastern Express Highway (EEH).
(5.) For Kurla, drivers coming from Saint Dyaneshwar Marg through BKC premises Income Tax Junction shall move along Guru Nanak Hospital-Jagat Vidya Mandir Junction-Kala Nagar Junction and through Dharavi Junction.
(6.) To go to Kurla from Kherwadi area through BKC premises, commuters shall take a U-turn from Valmiki Nagar and proceed through Government Colony -Kalanagar Junction-Dharavi T Junction.
(7.) Vehicles coming from Razzak and Surve Junction through BKC premises, and going to WEH, Dharavi and Worli Sea Link, shall CST Road, University Main Gate, Ambedkar Junction and Hansbhurga Junction.
(8.) Vehicles moving through EEH from Chunabhatti through BKC connector, shall move through NSE Junction-Income Tax Junction-Family Court Junction-MMRDA Junction.
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Ahead of PM Modi's visit today, Mumbai Police issues traffic advisory. Check list of roads closed, operational routes
PM Narendra Modi will participate in Dwishatabdi Mahotsav of Mumbai Samachar at Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai at around 6 PM
Mumbai traffic police has issued advisory as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit the city today, June 14. PM Modi will be visiting Maharashtra on Tuesday wherein he will be inaugurating Jagatguru Shrisant Tukaram Maharaj Temple in Dehu, Pune, and will inaugurate the Jal Bhushan Building and Gallery of Revolutionaries at Raj Bhawan in Mumbai.
At around 6 PM, PM Narendra Modi will participate in Dwishatabdi Mahotsav of Mumbai Samachar at Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai, the Prime Minister's office informed. PM Modi will also be inaugurating the Jal Bhushan Building and Gallery of Revolutionaries at Raj Bhawan in Mumbai. Jal Bhushan has been the official residence of the Governor of Maharashtra since 1885.
As a result, some roads leading to Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) will remain closed while traffic on some roads will be diverted, Mumbai Traffic Police official said.
"In view of VVIP movement on June 14, 2022, traffic arrangements have been made for security purposes.
Citizens are requested to take alternate routes. We regret the inconvenience caused," Mumbai Police wrote.
Ahead of PM Modi's visit today; Mumbai traffic police advisory:
1. The shall be no entry to all kinds of vehicles moving through BKC Connector MCA, Ground, Close gate No. 3, ONGC Bldg chowk towards Jio World Center, American Consulate, Trident Hotel and towards Kurla through MTNL Junction.
2. There shall be no entry to the vehicle traffic moving through Kurla Razzak Junction, MTNL Junction, Platina Junction, Trident Junction towards Jio World Center, and BKC Connector.
1. Vehicle traffic moving through MCA Close Gate No. 3, ONGC Bldg. Chowk. Trident Hotel, Sofitel, and American Consulate shall take the right turn from ONGC Bldg and proceed through Videsh Bhavan, Ambani School Parking, and through Tata communication building, MTNL. Junction towards Kurla.
2. Vehicle traffic moving through MCA Close gate No. 3, ONGC Bldg chowk, through American consulate towards Jio World Center shall take right turn from American School and proceed towards Trident and Sofitel Hotel.
3. Vehicular traffic moving from Kurla Razzak Junction, MTNL, Platina Junction, Signature Sunteck, and through Jio World center towards BKC Connector shall take the right turn at American School Ambani School parking and left turn from ONGC Bldg to proceed towards BKC connector Bridge and NSC Junction.
All these traffic regulations will remain in force between 4 PM and 8 PM. Besides the heightened security at the BKC, additional police personnel will be deployed on various roads
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PM Narendra Modi to visit Mumbai on January 19, here’s all you need to know
Updated on: 17 January,2023 11:00 AM IST  |  Mumbai mid-day online correspondent |
Traffic is likely to be hit on Thursday as police are expected to impose restrictions. This is PM Modi’s first visit to the maximum city after the Eknath Shinde-led government came to power with the help of the BJP and the two parties are expected to put up a show of strength in Mumbai
Prime Minister Modi will visit Mumbai on Thursday, January 19 to lay the foundation stone of various infrastructure projects in the city and also inaugurate two Metro lines - 2A (which will run between Andheri to west Dahisar), and 7 (which will run between Andheri east to Dahisar).
Traffic is likely to be hit on Thursday as police are expected to impose restrictions. This is PM Narendra Modi ’s first visit to the maximum city after the Eknath Shinde-led government came to power with the help of the BJP and the two parties are expected to put up a show of strength in Mumbai.
PM Modi is likely to address a public rally at Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). Party workers are expected to gather at the ground by 1 pm on Thursday, as the Western Express Highway will be kept closed for security reasons.
Additionally, large size cut outs of PM Modi, Shiv Sena founder Balasaheb Thackeray, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and his deputy Devendra Fadnavis have been put up outside former CM Uddhav Thackeray's residence in Bandra.
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PM Modi is also expected to make a few announcements ahead of the civic polls. Elections to the BMC, the country's richest civic body, are due since last year.
During his visit, PM Modi is scheduled to participate in various programmes and inaugurate several civic projects. He will also lay foundation stones for setting up two hospitals, and a new sewerage treatment plant in Mumbai to prevent the mixing of sewage water into the sea.
Additionally, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has decided to cut short his trip to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos in Switzerland, while Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has cancelled his trip to Davos. Shinde's visit to Davos is likely to bring investment opportunities for the state. Both Shinde and Fadnavis were scheduled to travel to Davos but after the announcement of Modi’s visit to Mumbai, Fadnavis chose to cancel his trip to oversee preparations for the PM’s trip. Meanwhile, Shinde curtailed his trip and will return to the city on the night of January 18. He will be present for all the events of PM Modi in Mumbai.
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Mumbai news updates: earlier, prime minister modi inaugurated two lines of the mumbai metro - 2a and 7 - and inaugurated several development projects at bkc's mmrda grounds.
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Last Updated: January 19, 2023, 22:44 IST
Mumbai News Updates: Lauding development in Mumbai, PM Modi said that the ‘jodi’ of CM Eknath Shinde and Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis would make the dreams of Mumbai’s citizens come true. The PM was addressing a public rally at the MMRDA grounds in Mumbai’s BKC. Earlier, Prime Minister Modi inaugurated two lines of the Mumbai Metro – 2A and 7 – and inaugurated several development projects. Meanwhile, entry of heavy vehicles has been banned on the Western Express Highway until 9:00 pm, the Mumbai Traffic Police said.
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Motorists witnessed heavy traffic jams in parts of suburban Mumbai on Thursday afternoon due to curbs imposed on movement of vehicles and diversion of routes in view of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the metropolis.
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Memorable day for Mumbai! Speaking at launch of multiple development initiatives benefiting the citizens of this vibrant city. https://t.co/B5yy73uIYH — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 19, 2023
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PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of projects worth around Rs 38,800 crore and flag off two metro lines. While Mumbai Metro Rail Lines 2A will run between Andheri and west Dahisar, line 7 will run between Andheri east and Dahisar. The police have also banned flying activities under the limits of police stations at Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) and nearby areas in Mumbai.
PM Modi is scheduled to attend a function at Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) grounds in the Bandra Kurla Complex, an upscale commercial hub, where he will inaugurate and lay foundation stones of the projects. He is also expected to make a few announcements ahead of the civic polls. Elections to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the country’s richest civic body, are due since last year. The prime minister is likely to address a public rally during his visit to the financial capital.
Some local reports stated that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers are expected to gather at the BKC ground by 1 pm on Thursday, as the Western Express Highway will be kept closed for security reasons. This is PM Modi’s first visit to the city after the Eknath Shinde-led government came to power with the help of the BJP. The two parties are expected to put up a show of strength in Mumbai.
Arrangements for PM Modi’s Visit
The use of drones and other flying objects around Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC), Andheri and Jogeshwari have been banned for 24 hours.
The order issued by DCP (Operations), Mumbai Police, Vishal Thakur stated, “Due to the situation prevailing in the areas under the control of the Commissioner of Police, Brihanmumbai, it is apprehended that during the Prime Minister of India’s Mumbai visit on January 19 at BKC MMRDA Ground, Metro Line no. 7, Gundavali Station to Mograpada Metro Station that anti-social elements may attack using drones, paragliders, remote control microlight aircraft and there is every likelihood breach of peace and disturbance of public tranquility and also there is grave danger to the human life, health, safety and injury to public property.”
“No drone, para-gliders, remote control microlight aircraft flying activities to be allowed in the jurisdiction of BKC police station, Andheri police station, Meghwadi police Station and Jogeshwari police Station,” the order further stated.
Why Are the Two Metro Lines Important?
Metro Line 2A, from Dahisar to DN Nagar, is an 18.6 km long elevated corridor with 17 stations and connects the Western, Central Mumbai and the Northern suburban Mumbai, reducing the current travel time by anything between 50 per cent and 75 per cent depending on road conditions, as per MMRDA.
Metro Line 7, running between Andheri (E) and Dahisar (E), is a 16.5-km elevated corridor with 13 stations. The project cost Rs 6,208 crore. The 10.7-km first phase, between Dahisar and Aarey with nine stations, started in April 2022. The remaining four stations in 5.8 km will start operations from Friday.
Besides the flagging off of metro lines, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also lay foundation stones for setting up two hospitals, and a new sewerage treatment plant in Mumbai to prevent the mixing of sewage water into the sea.
Traffic Likely to be Affected in THESE Mumbai Areas:
The Ghatkopar-Versova Metro Blue Line 1 will shut services for 1 hour 45 minutes in the middle of the evening peak hour to facilitate the visit of Prime Minister to Gundavli station of Red Line 7 along the Western Express Highway for the opening of two new corridors of Mumbai Metro.
Mumbai Traffic Police said there would be slow movement of traffic on South bound carriageway from 4.15 pm to 5.30 pm and North bound carriageway of the Western Express Highway from 5.30 pm to 6.45 pm. Roads leading to and from Bandra Kurla Complex and Gundavali Metro station are likely to remain affected today.
Mumbai Traffic Police yesterday tweeted, “Due to planned public function in BKC & Gundavali Metro station tomorrow, expect slow movement of traffic on South bound carriageway from 4.15 pm to 5.30 pm and North bound carriageway of WEH from 5.30 pm to 6.45 pm. Citizens are advised to plan commute accordingly.”
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Traffic advisory issued for PM Modi’s public meeting in Hyderabad today, check route details
The restrictions in the traffic advisory will be imposed from 2 pm to 8 pm on tuesday due to prime minister narendra modi’s public meeting at lb stadium..
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#HYDTPinfo #TrafficAlert #TrafficRestrictions #TrafficDiversions Commuters are requested to note the #TrafficAdvisory in view of BJP Public Meeting attended by Hon'ble Prime Minister of India Sri Narendra Modi at #LBStadium today i.e., on 07th Nov, 2023 from 1400 hrs to 2000 hrs. pic.twitter.com/U91TIwRrLS — Hyderabad Traffic Police (@HYDTP) November 6, 2023
- The traffic at the AR Petrol Pump Jn. will not be allowed to move towards BJR Statue and instead will be diverted towards Nompally or Ravindra Bharati.
- The traffic moving from Abids and Gunfoundry will not be allowed to move towards BJR Statue and will be diverted at SBI Gunfoundry towards Chapel Road.
- The traffic coming from Tankbund towards Basheerbagh Jn. will also be diverted at the Liberty Jn. towards Himayatnagar (Only if needed).
- All the vehicles moving from Secunderabad via Tankbund, Ambedkar Statue, Liberty and Basheerbagh will be alighted at Ayakar Bhavan and park the vehicles at the NTR stadium.
- Additionally, all the vehicles coming from Mehdipatnam via Nirankari, Old PS Saifabad, Iqbal Minar, Ravindra Bharathi and HTP Junction will be stopped at the Public Gardens and be directed to park the vehicles in the Public Gardens.
- All the vehicles moving from LB Nagar, Dilsukhnagar and HTP shall be stopped at Public Gardens and will be directed to be parked at Nizam College.
- All the vehicles moving from Musheerabad, Amberpet, and Himayathnagar shall be alighted inside Nizam College grounds (opposite the CP Office gate) and should park at the same place.
- All the VIPs' vehicles will be parked at Tennis Court while all the media vehicles will be alighted at the first gate of Nizam College and be parked at Mahbub College.
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Chennai: Traffic diversions ahead of PM Narendra Modi’s visit, check which routes to avoid today
In a press release, the chennai traffic police said that there will be traffic restrictions on major roads in chennai, including evr road, madras medical college junction, anna salai, sardar patel road and gst road..
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Chennai , the Greater Chennai Police has announced traffic diversions in parts of the city today (May 26).
The Chennai Traffic Police warned there may be a possibility of traffic congestion in several parts between 3 pm to 8 pm on Thursday.
According to the police, there will be traffic restrictions on major roads in Chennai, including EVR Road, Madras Medical College junction, Anna Salai, Sardar Patel Road and GST Road. The police has advised motorists to avoid taking these roads and opt for alternative routes instead.
PM Modi will lay the foundation stones of 11 projects worth more than Rs 31,400 crore at JLN Indoor Stadium in Chennai on Thursday. The Prime Minister will also inaugurate 1,152 houses constructed as part of the ‘Light House Project — Chennai ’ built at a cost of Rs 116 crore under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Urban, officials said.
Ahead of Modi’s visit, security has been tightened across the city.
In a statement, the Greater Chennai Police said they have put in place a five-tier security and at least 22,000 police personnel would be deployed to ensure no untoward incidents occur during the event. It has been noted that under Commissioner of Police Shankar Jiwal, eight Joint Commissioners (JCs), Deputy Inspector Generals (DIGs), over 29 Deputy Commissioners (DCs), Superintendents (Sps) and several other senior officials are on duty for the event.
The police said the entire route from the Chennai International Airport to Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium will be stringently monitored and checked. In other important places in Chennai, including railway stations and bus stands, security has been tightened. Drones and other unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been banned in areas under the jurisdiction of the Greater Chennai Police.
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MP Election 2023: PM Modi To Visit Morena For The First Time On Wednesday, Full Fledged Preps On
Posted: 8 November 2023 | Last updated: 8 November 2023
Morena (Madhya Pradesh): Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to visit Morena district of Chambal division on Wednesday. Also, Senior BJP leaders from Delhi and Bhopal are also going to attend this meeting. The meeting would be held in Battalion Police Parade Ground of Morena for which full fledged preparations are on.
Morena police have made strict arrangements and deployed 1000 soldiers around the ground and in all the routes leading to Morena city keeping security in mind. A team of ASP, SP and ADGP rank officers has been deployed to lead the troops. The NSG team had already arrived in Morena 2 days ago and planned all the necessary arrangements.
An area of 3 km from the helipad to the venue has been declared a no fly zone. According to BJP District President Yogeshpal Gupta about 1 lakh people are likely to arrive from Gwalior-Chambal division for the PM's meeting. SP Shailendra Singh Chauhan is keeping a close watch on the entire system.
Police are constantly keeping a close watch on the ground as well as in the sky. The PM will address the people here in support of all the BJP candidates of the division. Security agencies have identified three safe homes regarding the Prime Minister's visit to Morena. The first safe home has been made in Summer House, the second safe home has been made in Jiwaji Club and the third safe home has been made in the office of Protected Inspector in Police Lines.
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