Avoid these roads, on account of AAP Road Show on March 15

Don't get stuck on these roads today!

Arvind Kejriwal of Aam Aadmi Party will be participating in a road show today – on March 15, 2014. The road show route has been issued by Traffic Police as an advisory, in order to avoid the routes. The route and approximate timings have been given below.

  • Road show will start at 9.30 am from Hebbal Bus Stand.

  • It will move to Bellary Road towards Ganganagar Market at 10am.

  • Then the show will move through Ganganagar 5th main, R T Nagar Bus Stand, R T Nagar Main Road, T V Tower Junction, Jayamahal Road, Cantonment Railway Station, Queens Road and aims to reach Balekundri Circle (Indian Express) at 11-11.15 am.

  • From there, it will move through Queens Circle, Kasturba Road, Siddalingayya Circle, Vittal Mallya Road, RRMR Circle and reach Shantinagar at 12 noon.

  • From Shantinagar, the roadshow will move towards K H Road, Siddpaur Junction, Lalbagh East Gate and Ashoka Pillar, to reach Jayanagar 4th block at 1 pm.

  • Then it will go to Jaynagar 3rd Block, South End Circle, Nagasandra Circle, DVG Road and will reach Gandhi Bazar at 2.30 pm.

  • From there, the road show will travel through Ramakrishna Ashram Circle, Chamrajpet, Mysore Circle and reach Vijay Nagar at 3.30 pm.

  • The show will reach Ram Mandir at 4.15 pm.

  • From there it will go to Shivanahalli and Manjunath Nagar to reach Shankar Mutt at 5 pm.

  • From there, via Modi Hospital, Navrang Road, KC General Hospital and Sampige Road, the rally will reach Malleshwaram 8th Cross at 6 pm.

  • From there, the show will head to War Memorial near Raj Bhavan, through Sankey Tank Road and Cauvery Junction.

The Bangalore Traffic Police have advised people to avoid the above-said routes.

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