Police warn of traffic disruptions in Central Delhi on Sunday

The traffic situation will be affected in some parts of the national capital on Sunday due to the Eid-Milad-Un-Nabi procession on the occasion of birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad, said police.

The procession will proceed from Bara Hindu Rao Mosque on Sunday at 11.30 am and will reach Jama Masjid via Chowk Bara Tuti, Sadar Bazar, Qutub Road, Lahori Gate, Khari Baoli, Fatehpuri Masjid, Katra Baluyan, Farsh Khana, Lal Kuan, Chowk Hauz kazi and Chawari Bazar, said Delhi Traffic Police in a statement.

The Traffic will be affected on the given route and surrounding areas, police said urging commuters to avoid these areas.

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