Karachi Traffic Police has made traffic arrangements for the convenience of the public on the occasion of the “Chup Tazia” procession on 8th Rabi Al-Awwal, 25 September 2023, the details of which are as follows.
On September 25, 2023, a procession will be taken out of Nishtar Park at 6:30 p.m., which will pass through the designated routes and end at Noorbagh Musaffir Khana Musa Line.
Before this, when the procession reaches Hussainiya Iraniyan Imambargah, a meeting will be held there and at the end of the meeting, the procession will reach Noor Bagh Mussafir house and end.
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The main procession route will be as follows
From Nishtar Park, Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto Road, Father Jamnis Road, Shah Khorasan, MA Jinnah Road, Mansfield Street, Capri, Sadar Dawakhana, Priddy Street, Tibet Chowk, MA Jinnah Road, Bolton Market, Bombay Bazar, Nawab Mohabbate Khanji Road. Hussainiya Irania Imam Bargah, Atam Ram Pritam Das Road Musa Line Noor Bagh Passenger Khana
1. As soon as the procession departs from Nishtar Park, all city-bound traffic will not be allowed to proceed past Soldier Bazar, Coast Guard towards Empress Market. It will be diverted to Jubilee or Nishtar Road.
2. All traffic coming towards MA Jinnah Road from Nazimabad. It will be diverted from Lasbela Chowk to Nishtar Road towards Garden so that they can reach their destination.
3. All traffic coming towards Liaquatabad towards MA Jinnah Road will be diverted from Tin Hatti Chowk to Jail Road on Martin Road. All these vehicles will be allowed to go to Jail Chowrangi fly over and all these vehicles will be diverted through Jail Road to Jamshed Road, Dada Bhai Noorji Road, Kashmir Road, Shahrah Quaideen, Shahrah Faisal.
4. In this way, all the traffic will go towards MA Jinnah Road from Stadium Road. He will be allowed to come from New MA Jinnah Road. However, these vehicles will be able to go to Shahrah Faisal from Shahrah Qaideen via Dadabhai Noorji Road, Kashmir Road and Society Light Signal.
5. All traffic coming towards MA Jinnah Road from Super Highway Gulberg will be diverted from Liaquatabad No. 10 to Nazimabad Chowrangi No. 2 via Habib Bank Chowk, State Avenue Road, Sher Shah. From Maripur, you will be able to go.
6. All the traffic that will go to the city from the National Highway side. He will be allowed to come via Rashid Minhas Road, Stadium Road, Sir Shah Sulaiman Road, Hasan Square, Liaquatabad No. 10, Nazimabad Chowrangi No. 2, Habib Bank Chowk, State Avenue Road, Sher Shah Maripur Road and so on. The same route will be followed for return.
7. All types of small or large traffic will not be allowed to ply the procession route beyond Gurumander Chowk. This traffic will be diverted to Bahadur Yar Jung Road.
8. All types of traffic that will be coming from Quaideen Highway towards Corridor III. It will not be allowed to go beyond Society Chowrangi and will be diverted from Ayesha Aziz Chowrangi to PP Chowrangi.
9. All traffic that is going to Sadar from MA Jinnah Road will not be allowed to go to Sadar from Priddy Street, Aga Khan Road, Mansfield Street.
10. No traffic will be allowed to pass through MA Jinnah Road and its junction with Preedy Street. Until the procession has completely entered Bombay Bazar.
11. All traffic which is on Agha Khan III Road. It must be coming from the garden. He will not be allowed to come to MA Jinnah Road.
12. All buses, minibuses and other large vehicles will be diverted in advance before the departure of the procession.
13. When the “Chup Tazia” procession reaches the Big Imam Bargah, i.e. Kharadar, at that time all traffic coming from Lee Market Chowk will not be allowed to come towards Hussainiya Iraniyan Imam Bargah on Nawab Mahabat Khan Ji Road. And similarly the traffic coming from Crane Chowrangi which is going towards Hussainiya Iraniyan Imambargah will not be allowed.
Note: No vehicles will be allowed to come, go or park on the procession route
- All this information was published in Urdu by Traffic Police Karachi. Which are being translated into English and published here. All this content was obtained from Inkpak website.