Bengaluru, Dec 22: President Pranab Mukherjee is on a two-day offcial visit to Karnataka from Tuesday, Dec 22 to Wednesday, Dec 23.
Special security arrangements have been made even before his arrival in Bengaluru.
"Today, traffic police has banned several places for vehicle parking to curb the traffic issue. However, traffic police has asked people to call on the Police Control Room on 100 and 103, Traffic Headquarters -080-22942276 or DCP, Command Centre-94808 01092 to ensure smooth flow for Ambulance and other woes", MA Saleem, Additional Commissioner of Police, Bangalore told OneIndia.
He also said that "there are several places where we have strictly prohibited parking to ensure smooth flow of vehicles in the city."
These areas are: Old Airport Road, from Suranjan Dass Road to ASC Circle; Victoria Road, from ASC Centre to D'Souza Circle; Richmond Road, D'Souza Circle to Ashoknagar Signal; Hosur Road from Ashoknagar Signal to Anepalya Junction; Bannerghatta Road from Anepalya Junction to Dairy Circle; Marigowda Road from Dairy Circle to K H Circle; K H Road from K H Circle to Richmond Circle; RRMR Road from Richmond Circle to Hudson Circle; Kasturba Road from Hudson Circle to Queens Circle; Queens Road from Queens Circle to CTO Circle; Rajabhavan Road from CTO Circle to Rajbhavan Junction; Ali Asker Road from Rajbhavan to Infantry Road Junction; Infantry Road from Ali Asker Road Junction to TMC Junction; Queens Road, from Balekundri Circle to Queens Circle; Kasturba Road, from Queens Circle to Siddalingaiah Circle; Malya Hospital Road, from Siddalingaiah Circle to RRMR Circle; Richmond Road from RRMR Circle to Opera Junction; Brigade Road from Opera Circle to Ashoknagar Signal Light; M G Road from Queens Circle to Anil Kumble Circle; Central Street from Anil Kumble Circle to BRV Circle; Cubbon Road from BRV Circle to Manipal Centre; Dickenson Road from Manipal Centre to Webb's Junction; M G Road.
President will lay foundation stone for state cancer Institute on Wednesday, Dec 23 at the Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology (KMIO) in Bengaluru.
KMIO is all set for robotic surgery equipment to treat the patients well. The hospital will be soon upgraded to make it a National Cancer Centre with the assistance of Central government.