The Karachi Traffic Police have completed all necessary traffic arrangements for the processions of Eid Miladun Nabi 2023, which will be observed across Pakistan on September 29. The traffic management around the city will be under the supervision of all SSP/Traffic within their respective jurisdictions.
The main processions will be organized by Dawat-e-Islamic and will follow a route that includes Shaheen Masjid Kharadar, Plastic Market, Denso Hall, Light House, Jamia Cloth, Saeed Manzil, Frere Chowk, and will conclude at Masjid-e-Gulzar-e-Habib. The procession is scheduled to commence at 2:30 pm. Other religious groups such as Moulana Akbar Dars and Jamat-e-Ahle Sunnat will also hold processions along different routes.
The police have announced that as soon as the procession begins from Shaheen Masjid Kharadar and Memon Masjid, all vehicular traffic coming from Lea Market, Agha Khan Jamat Khana, Kharadar, Crane Chowrangi, G. Allana Road, and Mai Kolachi will not be allowed to proceed. Similarly, vehicles coming from Kemari side via Jinnah Bridge will not be allowed to proceed towards M.W. Tower and will be diverted towards alternate roads from Jinnah Bridge.
Karachi Traffic plan for Eid Miladun Nabi 2023
The police have further stated that all types of vehicular traffic will be diverted on alternate roads from the following points from M.W Tower up to Numaish/Nishtar Park. These measures are part of the comprehensive traffic plan designed to ensure smooth and safe processions on the occasion of Eid Miladun Nabi.