Before Ganesh Visarjan and Milad un Nabi arrive in the city, hyderabad police are taking all required precautions to preserve a calm environment in the city. police officers and the fast action force have been placed throughout the city for peace and security. at the city, the police are particularly watchful at places of worship. Large security forces have been stationed at important mosques and temples.

Ganesh Visarjan in Hyderabad
Ganesh Chaturthi began on september 18 in Hyderabad. With Ganesh Visarjan on september 28, the celebration will come to an end. Since several pandals have already begun Ganesh Visarjan, police have stepped up security in the city. Given that Milad un Nabi and Ganesh Visarjan fall on the same days this year, there is a significant military presence in Hyderabad.

Firecracker tossing and bursting are completely forbidden on roadways and in public places up till six in the morning on september 30. This was previously notified by hyderabad City police Commissioner C.V. Anand. Additionally, he urged everyone to uphold calm and harmony so that the Ganesh celebration and immersion processions could go forward without a hitch.

Milad un Nabi procession in Hyderabad
On september 28, which is Rabi' al-Awwal 12, Milad un Nabi will be observed. Although the procession normally takes place on Rabi' al-Awwal 12, this year's date falls on Ganesh Visarjan. The Milad un Nabi procession will go place on october 1 according to a recent resolution by the Markazi Milad Juloos Committee. The choice was chosen in order to prevent any undesirable events.

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