On Friday Following, Eid-e-Milad (SAW) celebrations continue at Hazratbal
Over 6000 vehicles drive to shrine
Srinagar: No less than 6000 vehicles including big and mini-buses drove to the Hazratbal even as thousands of devotees thronged the shrine for Friday Following Eid-e-Milad (SAW) Salahs there.
Superintendent of Police Traffic, Maqsood Uz Zaman said the rush of the vehicles was more today as compared to the previous Big Day celebrations.
Zaman said the devotees kept visiting the shrine till late in the evening.
“We are still regulating the traffic,” he said while monitoring the departure of vehicles from the suburb.
Pertinently,the Traffic Police has kept a special route plan in place to avoid tragic jams.
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