Hyderabad: On the occasion of New Year’s Eve, Cyberabad Traffic Police has decided to impose some traffic restrictions on Thursday.
Officials said Cyber Towers flyover, Gachibowli flyover, bio-diversity flyover, mind space flyover, JNTU flyover, road number 45 flyover and inaccessible Cheruvu cable-stayed bridge will be closed from 11 pm thursday to 5 am on friday .
The Nehru Outer Ring Road will be closed from 11 pm on Thursday for light motor vehicles to 5 am on Friday morning except for vehicles leaving the airport and for PVNR Expressway vehicles excluding those heading towards the airport. Will be closed.
Police warned cab drivers and auto-rickshaw drivers to remain in proper uniform and carry all documents. They have been instructed not to prohibit any person from riding on rent as it was a violation of the Motor Vehicles Act and they can be punished.
People can lodge a complaint against such incidents on WhatsApp number- 9490617346 with details of vehicle, time and place.
Officials said that any bar, pub or club after consuming liquor in its premises allowed its customers to recklessly drive under the influence of alcohol, would be dealt with strictly in accordance with the law and to eliminate crime Will be prosecuted for Cyberabad Traffic Police said that a comprehensive investigation for traffic violations would be carried out at the Commissionerate.
Traffic police will register cases of rash driving, over speeding, dangerous driving etc
Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar wished the citizens of New Year 2021 on Wednesday .he also said that “We all know that we are fighting covid-19, and at the time of these epidemics, it is important that we first think about our safety. Celebrate the New Year by organizing social celebrations, ”.He requested citizens to welcome the New Year with family and near and dear ones staying at home.
on the night of 31 December every year, the commissioners usually celebrate the New Year with police personnel by cutting the cake at Cyber Towers Junction and other places. However, this year, no such celebrations are being held.