The prohibition orders will be on from 6 am on Thursday and shall remain in force for a period of two months i.e. up to 6 am on June 23. It has been observed that the areas surrounding the High Court are very busy during the functioning of the court and are causing traffic snarls.

It has been observed that the areas surrounding the High Court are very busy during the functioning of the court and are causing traffic snarls.

Section 144 of CrPC will be imposed in the surrounding areas of the High court of Telangana state under Charminar police station limits by the Hyderabad city commissionerate. The prohibition orders will be on from 6 am on Thursday and shall remain in force for a period of two months i.e. up to 6 am on June 23.

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It has been observed that the areas surrounding the High Court are very busy during the functioning of the court and are causing traffic snarls.

The areas that will be covered are on the Northern side of the High Court Building: City College Junction to Nayapul Road. On the Southern side of the High Court Building: Madina Circle to City College Road and its (3) bylanes leading to Ghansi Bazaar and other (3) bylanes leading to Patel Market/ Ricobgunj. Nayapul – Madina Circle – High Court Road, Pathargatti – Madina Circle – High Court Road, Muslim Jung Bridge Circle to High Court Road, Puranapul – PTO – City College X- Road – High Court Road and Moosa Bowli – Mehandi – City College X- Road – High Court Road. #KhabarLive



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