Hyderabad Police Commissioner Inspects Formula E Track

Hyderabad City Police Commissioner, C.V. Anand, along with his team, inspected the 2.8-kilometer-long race track to ensure a secure and seamless traffic flow on the day of India’s first Formula E race scheduled on February 11th in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad’s Police Commissioner, C.V. Anand, along with his team and event organizers, reviewed the expectations of hosting a crowd of over 21,000 visitors from different parts of the world at the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) organized event. They inspected the track, including audience stands, entry and exit points, reviewing and assuring the preparedness of the organizers and security measures.

A total of 575 police personnel will be deployed to ensure a secure environment and a free flow of traffic. To facilitate smooth movement, 16 stands, seven gates, and four-foot over bridges have been erected.” He politely urged the public to cooperate with the traffic laws and even recommending them to use the available metro services.

The actual traffic diversion protocol will take place from February 7 to February 12. NTR Marg will be closed on Sunday, February 5, to ensure that all preparations are in place for the event. The Commissioner requested that the public must note the diversions and avoid travel through that side of the city.

The Assembly sessions will start from February 3, and the inauguration of Secretariat will happen on February 17. The Commission has also assured the free distribution of Secretariat employees, labourers, and vehicles carrying materials.

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