Ganpati Visarjan: Traffic advisory issued by Mumbai Police prohibiting the entry of heavy vehicles into the city

Mumbai Police has issued traffic advisories for easy vehicular movement during Ganpati Visarjan in the city, and more than 19,000 people, including policemen, have been deployed to safeguard the safety of the populace. In addition, in the evening of Anant Chaturdashi, a number of special Mumbai Local Trains would operate on the suburban railway system of Mumbai for those returning after idol immersion.

Heavy security measures will be in place for Eid-e-Milad, which will be observed by organizing processions on Friday, according to the Mumbai Police.

Mumbai’s Security Arrangements
An official was quoted by news agency PTI as saying that the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has deployed 1,337 lifeguards as part of the security arrangements, including 1,035 at 69 natural water bodies and 302 at roughly 200 artificial ponds, and set up 53 motorboats at natural water bodies.

Details of the Ganesh Visarjan venue
On Anant Chaturdashi, thousands of Ganesh idols will be submerged at Ganesh Visarjan in 73 locations, including the beaches at Girgaon Dadar, Juhu, Marve, and Aksa. In several regions of the nation, the Ganeshotsav, which began on September 19, is being celebrated with tremendous zeal.

Ganesh Visarjan: View the Mumbai Traffic Advisory
The Mumbai Police has issued a traffic advisory and said that the rules have been announced in order to guarantee that the general public will not experience any inconveniences and that vehicular traffic will flow freely across the city.

Heavy vehicle entrance would be barred on September 28 from 10 AM until 6 AM the following morning, according to Mumbai Police.

Vegetable, milk, bread, and bakery product-carrying trucks are among those excluded from the traffic regulation.

Ambulances, government and semi-government vehicles, as well as school buses, are also excluded from the limitations. Tankers carrying drinking water, gasoline, fuel, and kerosene are also exempt.

Enhanced security in Mumbai
In order to prevent any untoward incidents during processions, Mumbai Police said that it would deploy more than 19,000 people, including officers.

On Friday throughout the day, a number of Muslim organizations and religious figures will conduct Eid-e-Milad processions.

Mumbai Local Trains Will Run Special Trains
On the evening of Anant Chaturdashi (September 28), the last day of the Ganapati festival, more than 18 special Mumbai Local Train services will be run on the suburban railway system of Mumbai. Notably, these trains will operate for travelers who are returning from Ganesha idol immersion.

On the night between September 28 and September 29, more than ten suburban special trains would travel between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and Kalyan, Thane, and Belapur stations.

Beginning at 12.15 am on September 29, the Western Railway will operate eight suburban special trains between Churchgate and Virar stations.

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