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Commissionerate Police decided to impose blanket ban on marriage processionson of some main routes in Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar:3/1/18 The Commissionerate Police today decided to impose blanket ban on marriage processions on some main routes in Odisha capital from February 1.

According to a notification issued to this effect, five routes that would remain out of bounds for marriage processions are New Airport Crossing to Acharya Vihar  via AG Square, Raj Bhawan Chhak to KIIT Chhak via Jayadev Vihar, Kalpana Square to Raj Bhawan Chhak via AG Crossing, Vani Vihar Crossing to Sishu Bhawan Chhak and Cuttack Road – Rasulgarh Crossing to Rabi Talkies Chhak. The restriction over marriage processions in these routes is applicable during day time and night, it stated.

“Road congestion is very often experienced on different roads of Bhubaneswar city due to marriage processions, as a result, difficulties are being faced by the general public in their smooth communication and they fail to reach their destination such as railway station, bus stand, airport and hospitals,” the notification stated.

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